Image on plane: Salah lashes out at Egypt FA for 'major insult'

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Mohamed Salah only puts in about 20 per cent effort in training as he is anxious about getting injured, according to Liverpool team-mate Alberto Moreno.

After failing to originally impress with Chelsea, Salah returned to English football last summer when Liverpool committed £39million to sign him from Roma and has since scored a record-equalling 31 goals in the Premier League alone.

A commercial dispute between Mohammed Salah and football authorities in his native Egypt has been swiftly resolved following top-level political intervention, a quick turnaround that showcased the mega star power of the 25-year-old Liverpool winger.

And his Liverpool team-mate Moreno revealed how Salah's fear of picking up a knock has affected his training.

No sportsman in Egypt has ever commanded the adulation and respect Salah has enjoyed since joining Liverpool a year ago from Italian club Roma.

"It's not the situation where I would even think about it", said Klopp, when asked if Salah could leave. "Salah now has Ramadan, I will eat and drink for him, something else I cannot do".

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"I still don't believe I'm going to play a Champions League final", he said. His performances have drawn comparisons to the likes of Messi and Ronaldo, with most fans claiming he will become the outright victor of Ballon d'Or if Liverpool seals the Champions League title.

'I lost my first-team place because of injury. Every player wants to play.

Indeed, Ahmed was guest of honour at a cafe in Cairo as he joined fellow fans to watch Salah in action during the Champions League semifinal against Roma. "Now is something to enjoy".

Moreno is hoping to play his part in the final in Kiev on May 26.

"If I could erase any player from Madrid, that's easy: Cristiano Ronaldo", he added.