- Mohamed Salah wants an answer from the Egyptian FA over his safety
- The Liverpool striker says his messages have been ignored by the FA
- Egypt will face Niger next month in 2019 AFCON qualification
Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has demanded an answer from the Egyptian Football Federation on his safety and well-being while playing for the national team.
In a statement released on Twitter, Mohamed Salah and his representatives also want assurance from the EFA that his image right will not be violated again.
This is because of how Mohamed Salah's pictures with controversial Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov were promoted during the 2018 World Cup championship in Russia.
Ramzan Kadyrov went to the camp of the Egyptian players in Russia where the EFA allowed him to take many photos with Mohamed Salah.
Salah has now taken to social media to reveal that his letters and that of his lawyer have been ignored by the Egyptian Football Association.
"But in fact, what I see is exactly the opposite. It is not normal that my messages and my lawyer's letters are ignored.
"I do not know why all this is happening. Do you not have time to respond to us?,'' Salah tweeted
Egypt will face Niger next month in a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier, and Mohamed Salah's participation in that fixture is now in doubt considering his latest message on social media.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Mohamed Salah scored the only goal that helped his club to beat Brighton 1-0 in their Premier League match played on Saturday, August 25.
Salah's first half effort in the 23rd minute was the only goal of the match as Jurgen klopp's side could not double the advantage in front of their Merseyside fans.
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