The Reds forward was left out of the Egypt squad for matches against Niger and Nigeria. But his omission did not come as a surprise for Salah who has been …
 The Reds forward was left out of the Egypt squad for matches against Niger and Nigeria
 But his omission did not come as a surprise for Salah who has been aware he would not be named in the squad for quite some time
 Jurgen Klopp would have been overjoyed with Javier Aguirre’s decision to allow Salah to sit out of the African Cup of Nations qualifier and friendly in Africa
 Egyptian FA vice-president Ahmed Shobier confirmed last month that the reasoning for his absence was that the manager wanted to give younger players an opportunity to impress
 The forward is now spending some time away from Melwood relaxing on holiday as Liverpool prepare for the run-in in their two-pronged assault on the Premier League and Champions League
 The 26-year-old posted a gym snap on his Instagram story on Thursday but it was the image he uploaded to his account on Saturday morning that will delight every Liverpool supporter around the world
 Posing on a beach in an unnamed location, Salah was pictured in his swim shorts by a palm tree and infinity pool
 Beneath his feet, the jet-heeled winger had carved the words ‘You will never walk alone’ into the sand
 Liverpool’s official account couldn’t help but click like on the post, which was captioned ‘YNWA
’ After last season’s record-breaking campaign which saw him score 32 Premier League goals and win PFA Player of the Year, there was slight unrest on Merseyside that the club may lose Salah
 But any doubts were put to bed when he agreed a new five-year contract at Anfield last July
 Klopp has now made Liverpool a final destination as opposed to a stepping stone and he couldn’t help but express his pleasure when Salah signed on the dotted line
 “When someone like Mo Salah commits and says this place is my home now, it speaks very loudly, I think,” he said
 “Equally, our commitment to him says we see his value and want him to grow even more and get even better within our environment
” Liverpool do not return to action until next Sunday when they host Tottenham in arguably their toughest test left in their bid to win their first ever Premier League title
 Salah has now gone seven games without scoring for the Reds and will be hoping his time away on holiday will help him rediscover his form in front of goal

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