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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has said that no decision has been made over the club and Mohamed Salah’s position from participation in the 2020 Olympics with Egypt, but indicated that the Reds’ star might not be present with the Pharaohs.
Egypt qualified for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo after reaching the final of the 2019 U-23 Africa Cup of Nations.
The football event at the Olympics will take place between July 22nd and August 8th, meaning that Salah might miss-out on Liverpool’s pre-season preparations and their opening Premier League game next year.
The German manager, though, has not given a clear answer whether the former Roma star will join the U-23 Egyptian team in the showpiece event.
“No decision made yet. What I have to say to him I will say it to Mo [Salah], so that is all,” Klopp said in a press conference.
“Neither side has made a decision. I wish we could have whole squad together for pre-season but that is not possible for different reasons.”
“Olympics is a wonderful thing but it would not be too cool. No decision made yet.”
Salah played 32 games with Liverpool this season where he netted 16 goals and registered nine assists across all competitions.
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