Mohamed Salah begins his recovery journey from Egypt after a shocking season (photo)

The Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, took less than 24 hours to start his vacation and summer vacation, after announcing his exclusion from the Egyptian team camp and his absence from the Ethiopia match in the African qualifiers, where the player began the journey of recreation and recovery from the injury he sustained directly.

And the beginning was from Egypt, where the player posted a photo through his official account on the Instagram website, a picture while he was in one of the tourist areas in Egypt amidst the seas and scenic views, and commented on the photo with one word, saying: “Egypt,” putting a sign of love and adoration for his country.

This comes after the coach of the Egyptian national team, Ihab Galal, confirmed that Mohamed Salah was prejudicial to himself in order to play the Guinea match at the beginning of the African qualifiers, to then announce the Egyptian Football Association's account of excluding the player from the Egyptian team camp.

Mohamed Salah has suffered a lot during the current year, whether at the level of the Egyptian national team or Liverpool club, despite his personal successes and winning more than 4 or 5 distinct individual awards, but he did not succeed at the collective level, as he lost the African Champions League final against Senegal and also lost the opportunity to rise to The World Cup in the deciding match against the same team, and at the level of the Liverpool team, Salah lost the Champions League final to Real Madrid and also lost the League Championship by a point from Manchester City.

Salah's season was certainly difficult and was met with many criticisms and successes, in addition to the continuation of his crisis with his club due to the renewal of his contract, in which the two parties did not reach a happy ending.

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