Egypt U23 boss Gharib expects Liverpool striker Salah at Olympics

Egypt U23 boss Gharib expects Liverpool striker Salah at Olympics

Egypt U23 boss Gharib expects Liverpool striker Salah at Olympics

The coach of Egypt's U23 side, Shawky Gharib, intends to include Salah as one of the team's three over-age players but he admits he can not force him to accept a call-up to the national side.

Gharib, speaking to ON Sport, said of Salah: 'Out of the three senior players we'll call-up, Salah is the only one we're settled on so far because he's simply one of the top three players in the world.

Liverpool talisman striker Mohamed Salah on Thursday was named the club's Player of the Month for January. "I chose Salah from an expanded list of 50 players to select 18 players heading to Tokyo.". said.

While Egypt might look for to require the concern when it comes to Salah's participation in their strategies, Liverpool are anticipated to persevere.

The pair could be absent for up to six weeks with pre-tournament preparations included.

Liverpool could lose Mo Salah to the Olympics at the start of next season but it's no disaster.

"No decision has been made yet".

"We train that, we know each other, I know Mo, I know he is fast, I know he likes to make runs and he knows that I like to kick long balls like that one", Alisson said on LFC Later. That's all. No decision made from either side, that's all I can say.

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The pair have contributed 33 of Liverpool's 90 goals across all competitions this season, also producing a combined 20 assists.

Timo Werner, Jadon Sancho and Samuel Chukwueze are among those linked to the Reds.

Liverpool, however, aspire to stay clear of seeing their pre-season strategies in advance of the 2020-21 project interrupted by the lack of an essential male.

They need just 18 points, or six wins, to secure the club's first title since 1990.

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