Earlier this week, it was confirmed that the 31-year-old soccer player, Mohamed Salah, would be returning to England for treatment. This decision came after he sustained a hamstring injury during Egypt’s second group game at a tournament. In response to this news, sections of the North African country’s media heavily criticized the decision, and Egyptian legend Ahmed Hassan accused Salah of “plotting” his departure from the group.

However, Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp has defended the decision, emphasizing that the objective is to provide Salah with the best possible chance of a speedy recovery. Klopp condemned those questioning Salah’s loyalty to his nation and reiterated that the interests of Egypt and Liverpool are aligned in wanting Salah to regain fitness swiftly. He emphasized that bringing Salah back to England is aimed at offering him the best medical treatment and that it has been agreed upon with the understanding that if Egypt advances to the final and Salah is fit, he will return to participate in the tournament.

Furthermore, Salah’s agent recently confirmed that the player would return to Ivory Coast if Egypt advanced to the latter stages of the tournament. Egypt will face DR Congo in the round of 16, following their qualification from Group B.

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