Egypt's Salah, Elneny test positive for COVID-19 again


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The Liverpool forward originally tested positive last Friday while on global duty with Egypt.

It has not been confirmed that Salah contracted the virus at the wedding, but he has attracted widespread condemnation for attending it during a pandemic and so close to Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Togo.

Following the positive result it's unclear when Salah will now be allowed back into the United Kingdom, having returned the positive tests while away on worldwide duty.

Mo Salah's latest COVID-19 swab has returned positive for COVID-19.

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Salah's positive test is another blow for Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp, who is already facing a defensive crisis with the loss of centre backs Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez, potentially for the remainder of the season.

"The neglect of Mohamed Salah caused the Egyptian team to lose an important player in a very important match and time, and he also risked the health of his team-mates". Klopp will be hoping the remainder of the worldwide window provides no more bad news.

He wrote on Twitter on Tuesday: 'I'd like to thank everyone for the supportive messages and well wishes.

'Salah is currently in El-Gouna to complete his quarantine and he will conduct another PCR test on Thursday, and I expect that his result will be negative because until now, the player hasn't shown any symptoms, ' he said. "I'm confident I'll be back on the field soon". "Of these, there were 16 new positive tests", the league said in a statement.

It subsequently emerged that Salah had attended the wedding of his brother in Cairo earlier in the week, an event that was said to have had hundreds of guests.