An Egyptian lawyer is reportedly seeking almost £1 billion compensation for the "physical and psychological harm Ramos gave Salah and the Egyptian people" after his much debated challenge during the UEFA Champions League Final on Saturday.
Liverpool owner John Henry spoke to the "Associated Press" ahead of this weekend's Champions League final against Real Madrid.
Speaking on Egyptian TV channel Sada El-Balad, Wahba announced he had filed for compensation with world football's governing body FIFA for the "physical and psychological harm" Ramos brought not only to Salah but to the Egyptian people. And, just as Salah tweeted his fitness update, fresh reports in Egypt claimed he had only suffered a strain in the shoulder ligaments and is expected to be back in action in three weeks.
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Captain Sergio Ramos hopes Real Madrid can win third consecutive UEFA Champions League title.
"Now I will enjoy, and in the next few days I will give an answer to the fans that they are on my side, it was very nice to be in Madrid", he told BeIN Sport.
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp said he felt the injury was bad luck.
The 25-year-old Salah had a breakout season with the Liverpool and scored 44 goals in all the competitions and is also the Golden Boot 2017/18 victor in the Premier League.