Tokyo Olympics: Liverpool Star Mohamed Salah Left Out Of Egypt Olympic Football Squad
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah was left out from the Egypt's Olympic Games squad, the Egyptian Football Federation (EFA) announced.
- Mohamed Salah was left out of the Egypt football Olympic squad
- According to reports Liverpool did not agree to release Salah
- Galatasary also refused to release Mostafa Mohamed for the Tokyo Games
Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah was omitted from the Egypt's Olympic Games squad, the Egyptian Football Federation (EFA) announced. It has been widely reported the Reds had refused to release Salah and Galatasaray had also done so for Mostafa Mohamed for the tournament between July 21-August 7. The 22-man squad, named by under 23 coach Shawky Gharib on Friday, included Al-Ahly goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shennawy, Ittihad's Ahmed Hegazy and Zamalek's Mahmoud al-Wensh. The Turkish club are taking part in July's Champions league play-offs against PSV Eindhoven.
The Pharaohs qualified for Tokyo's Games after their U-23 AFCON triumph in 2019.
They are in Group C, playing alongside Argentina, Spain, and Australia.