Mohamed Salah Tested Negative For Coronavirus, To Resume Training: Jurgen Klopp

Tanya Simon
November 24, 2020

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed he will have Mohamed Salah back fit and available for tomorrow night's Champions League clash with Atalanta.

That test is now back in the negative, with Salah being asked to return to training under Premier League protocols that require a 10-day isolation period after the first positive test.

They have won all three of their Group D matches to date, coping superbly after suffering endless injuries.

But after the 3-0 win against Leicester in the Premier League on Sunday, Klopp said the Egypt worldwide had tested negative.

These include the standard UEFA tests ahead of Champions League games.

'Mo trained with the team really good, ' Klopp explained.

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Despite his absence against Leicester on Sunday night, Liverpool were comfortable 3-0 winners against Brendan Rodgers' Leicester, who were top before this weekend.

Khaled Meghehed, a spokesman for the health ministry, told local media: "Salah's latest test has yielded a negative result". Naby Keita had to depart the pitch during the club's showdown against Leicester City with Klopp confirming that the midfielder had endured a hamstring problem. "He is available. We have to see what we can do with that".

"All the rest, no news". "One looks closer, the other not so close, that's how the situation is".

Liverpool ran out 5-0 winners in Italy but for Klopp, the reverse at Anfield is not a foregone conclusion.

'So many things came together. We know that we have to be ready again. "So having this record now, I'm happy for the players but it doesn't feel like a big moment, to be honest, because we play on Wednesday and that's actually my only concern at the moment", he added.

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