Mohamed Salah returns to training ahead of Manchester City game

Mohamed Salah named Premier League Player of the Month for December 2017

Real linked with Reds ace

The Premier League leaders come to Anfield this weekend, still unbeaten from their opening 22 games so far this season.

The Egypt global who has garnered 17 efforts in 21 league matches this campaign is yet to feature for the Anfield Stadium outfit this year owing to a groin injury he picked up against Burnley on December 31.

They report that following a groin injury "he has responded well to treatment, and as it stands is in line to be available at the weekend".

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is expected to start the game with Salah, alongside Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, due to Philippe Coutinho's transfer from Liverpool to Barcelona on Saturday.

Man City beat Liverpool 5-0 at the Etihad earlier in the season.

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Salah, who was crowned Africa's Player of the Year at the CAF awards gala on 4 January, spoke to Soccer Laduma's Thomas Kwenaite about rumours linking him with Los Blancos.

With Salah likely restored alongside Mane and Firmino on Sunday, the Reds could stand a chance of becoming the first side to defeat City in the English top flight this campaign.

Jordan Henderson and Alberto Moreno were both absent as they continue their respective rehabs while Nathaniel Clyne is still AWOL.

But, it appears the club are now keeping an eye on Salah who's f*ucking tearing it up for Liverpool since returning to the Premier League.

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