& # 39; We are about to announce because all parts want Mo Salah to be with Egypt & # 39 ;: Liverpool is going to lose talisman before the start of next season with expected to be part of the Tokyo team at the Tokyo Olympic Games, says chief
- Mo Salah will be named as one of the three Olympic players of Egyptian overage
- The tournament takes place between July 22 and August 8 this summer
- His recording means he would miss the preseason and the start of the season
- Jurgen Klopp has not yet spoken to the Egyptian authorities about the situation
Amr El-Ganainy, president of the Egyptian Football Association, will meet the Liverpool star in March during the international break.
The attacker will be summoned by Egypt for their qualification matches African Cup of Nations with Togo on 23 and 31 March.
El-Ganainy is also confident that according to The Sun the Champions League winner is one of the country's three players in their Japanese Olympic team.
The President said: & We are working on the deal with Salah about his participation in Tokyo 2020.
& # 39; He will be in Egypt for a few days for international duty, and we will make a decision with him.
& # 39; I think we almost announce it because all parts want Salah to be with the Egyptian team. & # 39;
The Olympic Games take place between July 22 and August 8, which means that Salah could miss Liverpool's preseason and first league match.
Jurgen Klopp has not yet been contacted by the Egyptian bosses about their intentions for the tournament.
Salah played at the 2012 Olympics, but did not play in Rio 2016 because Egypt did not qualify for the Games.
& # 39; They always want more! & # 39; Liverpool star Fabinho reveals the famous trio Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah arrive EVERY DAY an hour earlier in the gym while spurring the title charge
- Liverpool midfielder Fabinho has the dedication of his husband revealed teammates
- He said that Roberto Firmino Sadio Mane and Mo Salah arrive an hour before training
- He complimented the team if they try to deliver the league title
- Jordan Henderson and James Milner help motivate the players, he has added
The men of Jurgen Klopp sail to a first Premier League crown in 30 years in an undefeated season so far that only one point has fallen, and the Reds have left the field See that they are ready to give anything to secure the title.
And Fabinho has shed light on how much work behind the scenes has gone into the record-breaking Liverpool season.
& (39) (Jordan) Henderson and (James) Milner know how to pass on motivation & # 39 ;, he said in an interview with the Spanish newspaper El Pais . & # 39; The team is receptive because it is very professional.
& # 39; But it is unbelievable for the team that their three stars, Mané, Salah and Firmino, are inexhaustible. They are in the gym an hour earlier every day. They always want more! & # 39;
The Brazilian also reserved praise for Liverpool & # 39; s two offensive backs Alexander Trent-Arnold and Andy Robertson for their heroic deeds this season, saying that he is trying to offer them coverage so that they can bomb ahead and help the team.
FABINHO IN 19-20
Performances : 17
Start : 12
Minutes : 1175
Objectives : 1
Starts : 6
[6 Assisted : 1
Trophies won : UEFA Super Cup
& # 39; With the quality they have, they can (push up)) as much as they want because I will protect (them). They always help us a lot in games. Both in the construction of the plays and with assists and goals.
Their (crosses) have great precision and they spend 90 minutes coming and going. My role is to cover them.
& # 39; If we attack the left, I take care of Robertson's back; and when the ball is on the right, I take care of Alexander-Arnold.
& # 39; If I don't have time, it is central. The three left behind must make these decisions based on how we see the game. & # 39;
Fabinho has played 26 times this season in all Liverpool matches despite missing 13 matches after damage to his ankle bands in November.
He has made a total of 67 appearances for the Reds since he signed for Monaco in 2018 for £ 40 million.
The Brazilian started both the Champions League final against Tottenham and the UEFA Super Cup final against Chelsea as h and helped the team to lift both trophies.
Lionel Messi pulls the strings, Mo Salah plays tricks on Paul Pogba and Raheem Sterling defies gravity while star names fight it out in the latest Pepsi ad
- The new Pepsi commercial has four mega-stars of world football
- Paul Pogba of Man United and Raheem Sterling of Man City also play a role
- The ad shows all four players stealing the Pepsi can of each other
Barcelona skipper Lionel Messi and Liverpool star Mo Salah appear prominently
The four stars of world football, all of which have endorsement deals with the carbonated beverage company, appear in the new commercial with all players who steal the Pepsi can separate.
One of the most funny segments is when a disguised Salah poses for a selfie with Pogba, before he sinks the drink and reveals his true form to the cameras.
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The advertisement was riot expired on Thursday morning and is coming at a time when all four players are in different shape and condition.
Barcelona captain Messi, as always, has a productive individual season – he has scored 19 goals in 27 games in all competitions.
However, Barca fired manager Ernesto Valverde last month, replacing him with Quique Setien, and being one point behind Real Madrid's rivals at the La Liga table with 14 games to go.
For Salah and Liverpool, they are heading for their first Premier League title, but did not compete with Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night.
The Reds lost 1-0 to the Wanda Metropolitano and Salah was replaced after 72 minutes. That said, the Egyptian is Liverpool & # 39; s top scorer this season with 18 goals and will no doubt play a central role in the return match at Anfield on March 11.
United midfielder Pogba is currently injured and has only played twice since September due to problems with his ankle.
And yesterday, the American boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed that the World Cup winner was not close to returning to the training of the first team.
He has not been part of team training yet and it will depend on how he feels when he is ready is. He's not around there yet. & # 39;
Meanwhile, Sterling Manchester City & # 39; s missed a 2-0 win against West Ham on Wednesday night due to a hamstring injury, although it is expected to return within the next two weeks.
City played for the first time since their two-year Champions League ban was announced by UEFA last Friday, although the club denied any misconduct and appealed for suspension at the Arbitration Court for Sport.
Alessandro Del Piero marks Liverpool ahead of Mohamed Salah & # 39; a God & # 39; after improving his game after moving to Anfield from Roma
The Egyptian hit the ground in his first season with the Reds by scoring 44 goals in 52 games.
Salah scored 27 goals in the last campaign and is currently at 18 goals this season and former Italy striker Del Piero has greeted the attacker.
& # 39; Salah is already a God – and not only in Egypt, & # 39; he told JOE .
& # 39; When he was with Roma, I remember how often he stood in front of the goal and then he missed the goal.
& # 39; And then suddenly he improved that in Liverpool and scored more than 30 goals per season.
& # 39; If you have this kind of mentality that you want to improve yourself, want to grow – that's the best. & # 39;
If it is not broken, do not repair it. That was the strategy of Jurgen Klopp in the transfer market last summer and it seems to have paid off.
It seems to have worked well. The Reds are on the verge of winning a first national title for 30 years and no one would bet that they would win five big trophies this season with the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup in their pocket.
But standing still for too long is going backwards. Klopp was right not to tinker last summer, but it seems that he is planning a number of shake-ups at the end of this season.
A central defender is expected to replace Dejan Lovren, while more specialized coverage at full back is required. But two names linked to the Reds this week operate in the last third of the field, the area in which Liverpool is blessed with options.
It seems that Jadon Sancho and Timo Werner are on the radar of Liverpool. Both illuminate the Bundesliga and would undoubtedly be excellent acquisitions. But how would they fit into Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino?
Don't forget Divock Origi, whose cult hero status on Merseyside is safe after his vital interventions in the last 18 months, January when Takumi Minamino signed, youngsters Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones, as well as Xherdan Shaqiri.
Liverpool is well-stocked but e r is definitely a matter of adding their rank, rather than entering a replacement name for a departing star.
This week it was announced that Salah will be summoned to represent Egypt at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, while joining Mane in the Africa Cup of Nations when it returns in the winter of 2021.
So even though Liverpool will be arguably their best player for the start of next season, they will not be able to select two guaranteed starters for around four games in the middle of the busy winter period.
Werner and Sancho would bring terrifying depth and also bring extra facets to the attacking Liverpool game. But how does the Bundesliga pair relate to the devastating trio of Anfield?
|SINCE START OFART 18/19||Salah||Firmino||Mane||Sancho||Werner|
|Mins / Goal||143||148||167||167||167||167 [19459026167167||120|
|Mins / Goal Involvement||103||142||122||122]||78||88|
Sancho has emerged as one of the best major players in world football since he left Manchester City for Borussia Dortmund.
His involvement in the goal, combining the number of goals and assists, in competition work since the start of the 2018-19 campaign is better than Salah, Mane and Firmino.
The international international of England achieved 24 goals and 27 assistants in that period who gave him a total of 51. Salah (50), Firmino (33) and Mane (40) all fall short, while Werner (49) is also better than Firmino and Mane.
Sancho has managed to play those songs considerably less than the stars of Liverpool. Since the beginning of 18-19 he played 3,999 minutes of competition, less than Salah (5,142), Mane (4,868) and Firmino (4,689).
It means Sancho has a fantastic number of minutes per goal commitment of 78, comfortably the best with Werner's closest rival at 88 minutes.
|SINCE THE BEGINNING OF 18/19||Salah||Firmino||Mane||Sancho||Werner|
|1.9||1.5||2.5||1.4||Dribbles Attempt / 90||4.1||2.9||3.5||6.9||3.3|
|Dribbles conversion rate||49.1||] 60.4||47.9||54.1||42.7|
& # 39; It is a decision for Salah, Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp & # 39 ;: the coach of the Olympic Games in Egypt admits that the winger's involvement in Tokyo 2020 is out of his hands after a hint that he would choose him and force him to miss the start of next season
- Egypt wants to select Mohamed Salah for their team at the Olympic Games
- However, the coach has admitted that the decision is not in his hands
- Shawky Gharib plans to include Salah as one of the three older players
Salah could miss the preseason and start of the game Premier League when he plays in the tournament, with the final on August 8 – the day the 2020-21 campaign starts .
Shawky Gharib plans to include Salah as one of the three older players, but admits that the decision is not up to him.
"Salah's participation in the Tokyo Pharaohs team is a decision that should only be made by Salah, his Liverpool club and his coach Jurgen Klopp," said Gharib.
"We cannot force Salah to join us because FIFA regulations do not force him to participate. & # 39;
Gharib wants to include Salah in a provisional team of 50 men, reduced to 18 in June
Liverpool could be without Salah for a significant part of next season after it was announced last month that the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations will take place from January 9 to February 6
Egypt risks anger from Jurgen Klopp for insisting that Mohamed Salah join their team for the Tokyo Olympics in August … after Liverpool boss said it wasn't & # 39; cool & # 39; would be to miss the preseason
- Mohamed Salah is included in Egypt's squad for this summer's Olympic Games
- It means that the attacker will miss Liverpool preseason if he accepts call-up
- The Olympic Games football tournament runs from July 22 to August 8
Under 23 coach Shawky Gharib has said that Salah will be one of three seniors named stars in their team for the prestigious event.
The news about the recording of Salah will be a blow to Jurgen Klopp because the German wanted to have one of his star players with him during the preseason.
The football tournament at the Olympic Games will run from July 22 to August 8, the same day the 2020-21 Premier League season begins.
Gharib, who spoke about ON Sport, said about Salah: & # 39; Of the three seniors that we will summon, Salah is the only one we have so far, because he is just one of the top is three players in the world.
& I have not talked to him about Salah at the U-23 team for the Olympics, but in all honesty his participation in the Olympics will require a little effort from him too. & # 39;
Salah will probably miss the start of next season if he decides to represent his country at the Olympics, as he needs a break before returning to Liverpool.
Klopp said earlier about the possibility that Salah went to the Olympics: & # 39; No decision has yet been made. What I have to say to him, I will say to Mo [Salah] so that is all.
& # 39; Neither party has made a decision. I wish we could have the whole team together for the preseason, but that is not possible for various reasons.
& # 39; Olympic Games is beautiful, but it wouldn't be too cool. No decision yet. & # 39;
Salah and his teammates from Liverpool return to Premier League action after their winter break on Saturday night when they face Norwich on Carrow Road.
& # 39; Back from the vacation I didn't go any further & # 39 ;: Mohamed Salah takes pleasure in globetrotting Liverpool teammates who do most of the winter break while the star stays in shape in Melwood
- ] Mohamed Salah has fun with his Liverpool teammates during the winter break
- Salah placed an image in the gym and joked about being away on vacation went
- Meanwhile, his teammates took the time to go with loved ones into the sun
- Red boss Jurgen Klopp chose a youth team to put on in FA Cup to give stars a rest
- They return to action on February 15 against Norwich after a two-week break
The Reds winger chose not to chase away to a sunny beach far away during his spare time of Premier League and instead got hard to work in the gym at Melwood Liverpool training ground.
Salah placed an image of himself on an exercise bike on his Instagram account next to the caption: & # 39; Back from that vacation I didn't go any further & # 39 ;.
Many of his Liverpool teammates chose to use the winter bre ak to embark on luxurious vacations instead of sweating on an exercise bike.
Colleague ahead Roberto Firmino decided to travel with his partner to the picturesque Maldives, just like midfielder Fabinho who spent time with his partner on the beach.
Virgil van Dijk and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain traveled to Dubai and had a kickabout while midfield conductor Georginio Wijnaldum also enjoyed some time in the United Arab Emirates.
Adam Lallana chose a slightly different location and spent his free time in America, where he saw an NBA game between Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers.
] After 15 weeks of rest, the Reds stars come into action again on February 15 against Norwich.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp decided to use the youth side of the club in their FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury to give their senior players a well-deserved rest.
They storm towards their first Premier League title and are 22 points ahead of the second-placed Manchester City.
& # 39; If you can replace him with a Mbappe or someone like Sancho, it's worth thinking about it & # 39 ;: Liverpool urged to consider selling the star forward Mohamed Salah by Darren Bent
- Mohamed Salah is currently Liverpool & # 39; s top scorer this season with 18 goals
- The Egyptian is waiting in line for Liverpool lead to their very first Premier League title
- But Darren Bent believes the Reds should consider selling the 27-year-old
The Egyptian attacker is currently the Liverpool top scorer this season with 18 goals in all competitions and is in line to lead the club to their very first Premier League title after an instrumental role in their final Champions League match. triumph
Salah also scored three times in the last two games of Liverpool, but Bent believes that both Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino are more valuable to Jurgen Klopp .
Bent told talkSPORT : Listen, we know that he scores many goals and he is a top, top player. Two Golden Boots, player of the season, Champions League winner, about to become a Premier League winner, the awards are there.
& # 39; But if you look at his general piece to say someone like Mane, I should say Mane has been better than him.
& # 39; He may score more goals than Mane, but Mane & # 39; s work pace for the team, he is selfless, always looks for others first, gets his fair share of goals. So you can't sell Mane, he's so important.
& # 39; Firmino, we know he doesn't score that many goals, but he's the glue, he ties it all together. His hold-up game is perhaps one of the best in the competition. He brings players in, holds the ball, he is fantastic. & # 39;
Bent claims that Liverpool should never only earn money for Salah, but instead look for a worthy replacement, such as Mbappe or Sancho.
Bent added: & # 39; It's not about selling it and getting £ 100 million, and that's it, but if you can replace it with an Mbappe or someone like a Jadon Sancho, I think it's worth thinking about. & # 39;
& # 39; Mo was never selfish & # 39 ;: Jurgen Klopp defends Salah against critics after his brilliant showing for Liverpool in Southampton victory … because he also & # 39; smart & # 39; strike partner Roberto Firmino
The Egyptian attacker is accused of shooting too often and not passing it on to his teammates when they find themselves in better positions.
However, that was certainly not the case in the Reds' 4-0 win over Southampton on Saturday.
Salah produce There was a great view, scored twice from four attempts and it is also good to bring in teammates on every occasion.
& # 39; A week ago people talked about Mo Salah, & # 39; Klopp said in his press conference on Monday.
& # 39; Mo was never more selfish or selfish than he should be. A striker in the right position, we've seen goals from Mo, where he scores between four players and finds the roof of the goal.
& # 39; If people don't score, people say you should have fit here or there. He was very selfless [vs. Southampton] and he got the balls back so he could score. & # 39;
The German manager also praised striker Roberto Firmino, who assisted three of Liverpool & four goals against the Saints.
& # 39; Bobby is just exceptional, a very smart football person, I don't know any player like him, that's true, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; But even a player like Bobby needs an address where he can steer the ball because he cannot take the ball and run and run alone. How he uses the skills of his mats is special. & # 39;