- Mohamed Salah handed Liverpool a major injury worry after he went down with a groin problem during the FA Cup final
- The two-time Premier League Golden Boot winner was subsequently subbed off, with Diogo Jota taking his place upfront
- Salah has now come out to disclose that there is every chance he will feature for Liverpool when they place Real Madrid in the Champions League final
- However, it remains to be seen if he will play any role in his side's remaining Premier League matches against Southampton and Wolves
Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah has revealed that he hopes to be fit for the Champions League final.
The star forward picked a groin injury during his side's FA Cup final meeting with Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, May 14.
The striker's injury caused a massive scare among Liverpool fans as it came during one of the most critical times of the club's season.
The Reds are still firmly in the Premier League title race and will be challenging for the Champions League when they face Real Madrid in the final.
Mohamed Salah breaks silence after injury during the FA Cup final
However, Salah has moved to calm the nerves among Liverpool fans after he revealed he will be fit for the mouthwatering clash against Real Madrid.
"Of course, all good," Salah declared when asked if he will be fit for the European encounter.
While discussing the Egyptian's injury and that of Virgil van Dijk, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp revealed the two are "kind of okay."
"I don’t think they would have been ready for Tuesday anyway! But I think they are alright, it was more of a precaution," he noted.
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It was almost identical scenes to the Carabao Cup on Saturday, May 14 as Liverpool edged their age-old rivals in a thrilling shootout after a goalless 120 minutes.
Mason Mount missed the decisive penalty as the shootout was forced into sudden death after both sides were level after the initial five penalties.