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Liverpool Suffer Injury Blow Ahead of UEFA Champions League Final

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Liverpool Football Club has suffered an injury blow ahead of the UEFA Champions League final against Real Madrid.

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The Reds winger, Mohamed Salah, suffered an injury in the final of the FA Cup against Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, May 14th, 2022. The Egyptian King as he is popularly called might miss out on the final on Saturday in Paris.

Klopp’s men are next in action on Tuesday when they take on Southampton in the Premier League at St Mary’s. The Reds then face Wolves at Anfield before the Champions League final against Real Madrid in Paris at the end of the month.

The forward went down after just 30 minutes at the home of English football – despite having no one around him, and was seen clutching his leg.

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