Salah demands answers from Egyptian FA

Салах намерен судиться с Федерацией футбола Египта

Салах намерен судиться с Федерацией футбола Египта

The Egypt Football Association (EFA) have hit back at Mohamed Salah's agent following critical comments made by the Egypt global and his agent.

'I do not know why all this [is happening]?

In a tweet sent out on Sunday, the Liverpool star said Egyptian football authorities had ignored communication from himself and his lawyer. Do you have no time to respond to us?'

The forward's lawyer Ramy Abbas Issa, also had his say on the matter, hinting at violations to Salah's image rights. "Enough is enough", Abbas tweeted.

It remains to be seen what the future holds for Salah and his national team but there is a clear disconnect that needs to be addressed.

Egyptian business tycoon Naguib Sawiris called for the resignation of the football association's board members. "Resign and relieve us after the abject failure", Sawiris wrote on Twitter in response.

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Salah, the Premier League's top goalscorer last season, has a sponsorship deal with rival telecommunications firm Vodafone.

After the row first erupted, Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi reportedly ordered that it be quickly resolved.

At the time, Youth and Sports Minister Khaled Abdel-Aziz announced that all of Salah's demands would be met following an emergency meeting of the football association's board.

Salah, who is due to be back in global action under new coach Javier Aguirre next month, could see himself sitting out the Pharaoh's fixture against Nigeria after he made a decision to call out the football association on social media.

But his participation could be in doubt. The Egyptian FA have chosen Chechnya as their base and the Liverpool star was also made an honorary citizen of the Chechen was later reported that the 26-year-old was considering retiring from worldwide duty as he felt exposed.

Salah was said to have been particularly annoyed by a dinner banquet hosted by Ramzan Kadyrov, the ruler of the Russian region of Chechnya, in which he granted the Egyptian "honorary citizenship". Kadyrov denies the allegations.

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