Liverpool Striker Mohammed Salah Sets To Stop Playing For Egypt
Liverpool striker Mohammed Salah who is among the three man shortlist for the UEFA player of the year award suggested this morning that he might not play in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on 8 September when Egypt face Niger.
The BBC African Footballer of the Year for 2017, said his image was used in April to promote Egypt’s official sponsor where as he had a deal in place with rival telecommunication company Vodafone.
”Naturally any ball union seeks to solve the problems of its players until they provide comfort. But really what I see is exactly the opposite. It is not natural that my letters and my lawyer’s letters are ignored, I don’t know why this is all. Don’t you have enough time to answer us?”
The Egyptian Football Association however denied suggestions that Salah has refused to play against Niger next month because of the issue.