Mohamed Salah injury history and updates

As one of Liverpool's star players, fans never like to see Salah injured. With that in mind, let's take a look at the Mohamed Salah injury history and updates.

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How often is Mohamed Salah injured? Well. from Liverpool's perspective, they will hope the answer is never as the Egypt international is one of the best players in the club's history. That said, let's take a look at the Mohamed Salah injury history and provide updates on his most recent injury.

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Mohamed Salah injury history and updates

Mohamed Salah hamstring muscle injury, January 2024

After doing well to go an impressive four years without injury, Mohamed Salah picked up an unfortunate injury at the start of the 2024 calendar year, partway through the 2023/24 season. It was unfortunate timing for Salah as his injury blow may have affected Egypt in their disappointing 2024 Africa Cup of Nations showing.

According to The Mirror, Mohamed Salah is currently undergoing recovery work in the gym, as his return date is rumoured to be "Mid-February".

In a new Liverpool injury news update by Rush the Kop, it is stated that Mohamed Salah has returned from international duty and he is in training again, ahead of Liverpool's trip to Brentford in the Premier League this weekend. Hopefully, the Egyptian international will start as he has been missed in the starting eleven.

Mohamed Salah coronavirus setback, November 2020

At the beginning of the belated 2020/21 season, Mohamed Salah was forced to rest as he contracted the Coronavirus. Thankfully, the right precautions were taken and Salah returned to action having missed three games for club and country. After this setback, Salah returned to an unfortunate 2-0 loss against Atalanta in the Champions League group stage.

Mohamed Salah ankle problems, October 2019

At the beginning of the 2019/20 season, Mohamed Salah was affected by ongoing ankle problems, which ruled him out of a 1-1 draw in the Premier League against arch-rivals Manchester United. Thankfully, Salah came back from this injury as if he never left, scoring and providing an assist in the Champions League group stage match against Genk.

Mohamed Salah concussion injury, May 2019

The first injury which kept Mohamed Salah out of Liverpool action came towards the end of the 2018/29 season, where he was unfortunately concussed. Salah missed the Champions League semi-final where the Reds famously beat Barcelona 4-0. The good news was, though, that Salah soon returned to action in the Premier League.


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