After a period of injury, Mohamed Salah is ready to play as a starter for Liverpool

He became the Egyptian star Mohamed SalahThe top scorer of the Liverpool team, the leaders in the English Premier League, is ready to play as a starter after a period of injury to the hamstring muscles, according to what Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp announced today, Wednesday.

Salah suffered an injury that prevented him from completing the African Cup of Nations with Egypt last January.

Salah was absent from his English team for a period before participating from the bench in the 1-1 draw with Manchester City last Sunday.

Salah is a key player in the upcoming matches

Klopp confirmed that Salah, who played from the bench in the last two matches, is ready to participate primarily for the first time with Liverpool since last February.

But Klopp pointed out in his speech to reporters: “I am not sure of his ability to participate in 90 minutes, but he is ready to play from the beginning… He could have started in the last match. But I am not sure how many minutes he will participate.”

He added: “This is what happens when any player returns from injury.”

Klopp described the return of former club sporting director Michael Edwards to work as executive director of football operations as “great” news.

Edwards worked with Klopp when Liverpool won the 2019 Champions League and the English Premier League the following year.

Klopp, who will leave his position at the end of this season, said: “I’m really happy… I’ve said many times that I want to see the club in the best possible place after I leave.

He added: “Everything I can do while I’m here, I will do it. Then people will do what they have to do. I think this is the ideal solution (to the situation).”

A confrontation between “Liverpool” and “Sparta Prague”

And tomorrow, Thursday, he will host “Liverpool” Its rival, “Sparta Prague,” in the second leg of the European League round of 16, after beating it 5-1 in the first leg.

He will also be a guest on Manchester United in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup next Sunday.

Klopp said: “We need those who are best prepared for (tomorrow’s) match. We have to maintain momentum and continue progress… and not think about next Sunday’s match, even if it is at Manchester United Stadium.”

He continued: “I just think that Prague wants to put things right. We have to play a good football match because it is in our home stadium… We have to win this competition (the Europa League), which requires that we advance in it as much as possible.”

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