Salah, 25, harmed his shoulder amid Liverpool’s Champions League last misfortune to Real Madrid on Saturday, provoking concerns he may miss the competition.
In any case, Egypt’s national team doctor has met with Salah and in a resulting tweet the nation’s FA said his nonappearance “won’t surpass” three weeks.
Egypt’s opening World Cup installation is against Uruguay on 15 June.
They meet hosts Russia on 19 June and finish up the gathering stage against Saudi Arabia on 25 June.
Salah additionally met with Egyptian FA president Hany Abu Rida on Wednesday. “After the gathering of Abu Rida and the specialist of the national group in Spain today, the Football Association reaffirms Salah in the World Cup, God willing, won’t surpass the nonattendance of three weeks,” the Egyptian FA tweeted.
Salah struck a 95th minute punishment in the last capability diversion to send Egypt to the World Cup without precedent for a long time. Be that as it may, in the Champions League the last game of a season in which he scored 44 goals for his club, he exited the contribute tears in the wake of landing vigorously on his shoulder following a challenge by Sergio Ramos.
At the time Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp portrayed the damage as “extremely serious”.
Notwithstanding, the Egyptian FA has since said that Salah’s x-ray demonstrated he had a “sprain in the shoulder tendons” and that it was “hopeful” he would be fit for the World Cup.