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Mohamed Salah may miss Egypt's first World Cup game.

Recall that the physiotherapist Liverpool Ruben Ponce said that the Egyptian striker Mohammed Salah, not fasting Ramadan on the day of the Champions League final.

"After three years it needs another voice, another method of work, for this I took this decision", said Zidane.

Mohamed Salah is seen walking through the tunnel with his left arm in a sling after Liverpool's loss in the Champions League final.

Liverpool ace Salah was forced off the pitch in tears in the first half of Saturday evening's clash in Kiev, which Ramos' Real Madrid went on to win 3-1.

"In principle it will be three to four weeks but we are going to try to reduce those deadlines, that's the big goal", Pons added.

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However, on Wednesday, Egypt's national team doctor and the nation's football association updated that Salah's recovery won't exceed more than three weeks.

Egypt's World Cup campaign kicks off against Uruguay on June 15 in Group A.

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane will hold a press conference on Thursday afternoon, sparking speculation over his future. "I made this decision because I love this club, I love (Florentino Perez) and I am grateful towards him".

And Egypt's minister of youth and sport reportedly confirmed Salah would recover in time for the World Cup.

However, a three-week absence would still definitely rule him out of the national side's opening clash against Uruguay on June 15th, and would leave him racing against time to be fit for the clash against Russian Federation four days later.

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