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Robertson finds it devastating how Ramos ended Salah’s season

Robertson finds it devastating how Ramos ended Salah’s season

Salah yesterday promised fans he would do everything possible to make it to the World Cup in Russian Federation.

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah says he is "confident" he will recover from dislocating his shoulder during Saturday's Champions League final in time for the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup. Even as a Liverpool fan, I wish I had the great Sergio Ramos in every team I support. Ramos was also a critical cog in the wheel of the Spanish national team that won back-to-back European championships in 2008 and 2012, as well as the ultimate one, the FIFA World Cup title in 2010.

It is believed Salah sustained shoulder ligament injuries in the tackle, and is unlikely to have fully recovered for Egypt's opening World Cup match against Uruguay next month - their first World Cup match in 28 years.

"Sometimes football shows you it's good side and other times the bad".

Klopp earlier told a post-match news conference the player's injury is a really serious one, adding that he is in the hospital for an X-ray. "I know I let them down", he said, having left the pitch in tears after the final whistle. It's unfortunate. It just disrupted our rhythm a wee bit.

And the Welshman has now hinted that he will assess his future beyond the summer after a season of frustration for him. "Hopefully he'll come back bigger and stronger". Above all we are fellow pros. Get well soon, Salah.




And now the Daily Star report that, while Real are keen to keep Bale, they will permit him to leave if an offer of £200million is made - which would usurp the record £198m PSG paid for Neymar.

Loris Karius was at fault for two of Madrid's goals and was distraught after the final whistle, but Robertson maintains the rest of the team are behind him. I'm infinitely sorry to my teammates, for you fans and for all the staff.

Al-Sheikh who holds a number of administrative roles and was until last week an honorary president of Egyptian club Al-Ahly took to Facebook to react to Salah's injury.

"There's nothing to talk in the moment", said Liverpool Manager Jürgen Klopp, when asked about Karius's mistakes.

He wrote: "It was a very tough night, but I'm a fighter. I think it is just how he has landed but Ramos is quite clever, isn't he?"

"There are no words that we can say that will make it better for him".