Mohamed Salah has reportedly confirmed he will be good for Liverpool’s Champions League final against Real Madrid in Paris on May 28.
Reds fans were fearing the worst after the Egyptian was forced out of their FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday evening.
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The 29-year-old suffered a groin complaint around 30 minutes into the game, although he was able to walk off the pitch when substituted.
Salah will be particularly determined to win the Champions League after suffering an injury in the final four years ago against Real. He was brought off in the first half of the game in Kyiv, as the Spanish giants went on to win 3-1 and secure their 13th European title.
And it seems he will get the chance to play to inflict revenge on Real in two weeks’ time. “Of course, of course,” said Salah on Saturday evening when asked if he will be fit for the Champions League final, as quoted by the Liverpool ECHO. “It’s all good!”
Manager Jurgen Klopp also seems confident Salah will make the final. “Mo came and he said he could carry on, but I felt a little thing,” the German told ITV when asked about the Egyptian’s injury. “I hope he will be fine.”