The Egyptian winger has arrived at Kirkby and has begun training on Monday. He has been cleared to train after he returned a negative result for his latest Covid-19 test. Salah mostly would be allowed to play against Atalanta, provided there is no further complications.
Most probably will be leading the line against Atalanta
Jurgen Klopp will most likely field a secondary team against Atalanta with Salah leading the line. Sadio Mane looked tired at the end of the match against Leicester so it is likely that he will be rested. Players like Joel Matip and Andy Robertson will be rested most likely. Mohamed Salah will be raring to go after having to sit out the match against a hapless Leicester. He would have fancied his chances against them and might have even gone to the top of the goalscorers chart.
Nevertheless, he finds himself in a position to resume his goal scoring ways on Wednesday in the Champions League. It remains to be seen if Jurgen Klopp will allow Mohamed Salah to start or rest him for future matches. Fringe players like Takumi Minamino and Divock Origi will most likely take to the field on Wednesday.