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Breaking News 🚨  Mohamed Salah Has Finally Return from Injury ahead of Liverpool’s Burnley clash.

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Breaking News 🚨  Mohamed Salah Has Finally Return from Injury ahead of Liverpool’s Burnley clash.Current Events 🚨 In time for Liverpool’s match against Burnley, Mohamed Salah has returned from injury.This weekend’s Premier League match against Burnley could see Mohamed Salah in action as he continues to recover from the hamstring injury that interrupted his Africa Cup of Nations campaign in January.

The Liverpool hero returned to Merseyside after injuring his ankle in Egypt’s second group stage encounter against Ghana on January 18 in an attempt to speed up his recuperation.After a disappointing penalty shootout loss to DR Congo in the round of 16, the Pharaohs’ hopes of having Salah back for the knockout rounds of the competition were dashed.

 

Now it’s back to club play, as last week Salah was spotted jogging outside Liverpool’s AXA Training Centre.

 

Concerns were aroused on January 22 when Salah’s agent, Ramy Abbas Issa, stated that the injury was more than just a knock and would keep the 31-year-old out of action for as long as four weeks. He said on X that Mohammed would miss 21–28 days of action, not just two games, because the severity of his injury was worse than initially anticipated. Salah might make an appearance at Anfield versus the Clarets if his recovery is going according to plan, since the Burnley match is scheduled for three weeks and two days after the initial injury.

 

Salah has been training hard to be ready for the Reds’ title challenge, and fans have been wondering when he will return after seeing gym photos posted to Instagram Stories on Monday night.Since Liverpool lost to Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday without Salah, his return would be a welcome boost.

 

On Saturday, Jurgen Klopp will be without French defender Ibrahima Konate due to a suspension, and Dominik Szoboszlai will likely miss a significant amount of time with a hamstring injury.

 

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