Salah furious over image rights dispute with Egypt football association

Liverpool players celebrate Mohamed Salah goal

Liverpool players celebrate Mohamed Salah goal

The 25-year-old becomes the first African victor of the prestigious FWA accolade, which has been awarded since 1948.

Mohammed Salah has the ability to light up any team, including Egypt.

Salah will return to the Olympic Stadium in Rome when Liverpool faces Salah's former team, Roma, in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-finals.

Egypt haven't been in the World Cup since 1990 and, with Salah, have every chance of getting through the Group Stages.

Salah's agent, Remy Abbas, also weighed in on the situation. They may have hosts Russian Federation in the group but along with Uruguay and Saudi Arabia anyone of the four could easily qualify.

The association confirmed Abdel-Aziz's assertion that a resolution has been reached.

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"Sorry but this is a major insult. Thank you once more".

His lawyer and agent, Ramy Abbas, spoke about the issue last week, warning against authorized usage of the player's image by any party.

Obviously this is a huge conflict of interest and Salah is furious that his image was used without his consent.

Liverpool could get FOUR TIMES the £34.3million they paid to Roma only last summer.

After scoring more than 40 goals this season with Liverpool, Salah will be looking to continue his prolific form on the biggest stage in Russian Federation. To most Egyptians, he brings them happiness and pride at a time of great economic difficulties. Mindful of what happened to Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho, the Reds are determined to avoid the departure of another star name and so negotiations will shortly begin to tie down Salah to a lucrative long-term deal.

In response, a new Twitter hashtag, #support_mohamed_salah, was created, with fans posting messages of support for the star.

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