Mohamed Salah injury, a threat to Liverpool title hope

Report emanating from Anfield confirmed that Liverpool starman Mohamed Salah may be out for at least four weeks due to injury.

The Egyptian originally injured his left ankle in Liverpool 2-1 win over Leicester City on October 5, following a second half hard tackle from Foxes midfielder Hamza Choudhury, but hurt the ankle again in Sunday's clash with Manchester City and was substituted in the second half of the game. The return date from the ankle injury is unclear and that may pose a huge threat to Liverpool title hope as he's is one of the key players in Klopp's starting eleven. His absence could reduce the flair in the team attack.
Though Liverpool is 8 points clear on the log but a loss and several draws may give Leicester City or Chelsea the notch to go top of the log.

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Salah also pulled out of Egypt AFCON Qualifiers against Kenya and Comoros due to his ankle problem.
The Liverpool forward is currently receiving treatment on his left ankle but his return date remains unclear.

He may miss the EPL games at Crystal Palace, Brighton, also the UEFA Champions League clash with Napoli, and possibly the derby match against Everton on December 4.
Nigfooty Sports News understands the forward has been given permission to train away from Liverpool's Melwood training ground as he continues rehabilitation.

Salah made a total of 17 appearances for Liverpool this season in all competitions, scoring nine times.

By Oladele Emmanuel Abiodun

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