Liverpool has turned down to allow Salah to travel to Africa for World Cup qualifiers. Also, in Egypt next month because he would be a need to have quarantine. On his return to England, the Egyptian Football Association said on Monday.
Liverpool has denied releasing Mohamed Salah. For Egypt’s up and coming World Cup qualifying matches. Also, because of coronavirus restrictions, the Egyptian Football Association (EFA) said on Monday.
“The Egyptian Football Association had received a letter from Liverpool apologizing for the inability of its player, Mohamed Salah, to join the national team for next month’s African qualifiers for the World Cup,” the EFA said in a statement posted on its social media.
The English club’s letter referred to the preparatory measures. It is connected in England to confront the flare-up of coronavirus, which powers returnees from some countries. Also, compulsory health isolation for a period of 10 days. That is upon their return to England.
The Egyptian Football Association
“In its letter, the English club also expressed. It’s hoping that the Egyptian association would understand. And then he needs to do so, in the player who subjects for quarantine,” the EFA statement added.
Egypt is on Britain’s red list. Therefore, Salah would need to have quarantine himself. It is upon his return from Cairo and miss two Premier League games.
Egypt is planning to play Angola in Cairo on September 1. Before traveling to confront Gabon four days afterward in Franceville.
Salah was won twice in the Premier League’s Golden Boot award. Also, tested positive for the virus amid a visit to Cairo in November. He attended his brother’s wedding. At the time, he belonged to the national group against Togo.