Mohamed Salah could return to Liverpool on Thursday after testing positive for coronavirus while on international duty with Egypt.
The 28-year-old has been in self-isolation since testing positive ahead of Saturday’s clash with Togo.
Salah will undergo another test on Thursday and could return to Merseyside should that test come back negative.
“Like any Egyptian citizen, Salah underwent all needed medical scans and tests that showed he is not suffering from any symptoms and he is now following medical protocol with self-isolation,” said the Egyptian Ministry of Health’s head of the COVID-19 committee, Hossam Hosny.
“Liverpool are communicating with us to check on Salah, and their medical staff have agreed that he will travel to El-Gouna. And Salah can return to England if his test result on Thursday is negative.”