News emerges from Liverpool camp on Mohamed Salah injury

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"We will see, I don't know at the moment".

Salah netted his 38th goal of the season as the Reds beat Manchester City 3-0 in the Champions League on Wednesday, although the Egyptian was forced from the field in the second half with a suspected groin injury.

The Egypt worldwide, whose haul of 38 goals this season includes 29 in the league, was forced off with a groin injury during Wednesday's 3-0 Champions League quarter-final victory over Manchester City.

Therefore, Liverpool fans were most anxious to see the Egyptian hobble off after 52 minutes, clearly struggling with a groin issue.

And while Klopp relayed Salah's positive outlook in his postgame news conference, he also cautioned Liverpool will still be anxiously awaiting tests on his fitness. He then headed straight down the tunnel as was replaced by Georginio Wijnaldum in the 53rd minute. He came to the sideline and said he feels sometimes something; for me, that was enough for me to not even ask the Doc how he was, we immediately took him off the pitch.

"But now we have to wait for the real diagnosis".

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With the second leg at the Etihad only three days away, Salah faces a race against time to be fit with Klopp in no mood to throw him into the blood and thunder of a match against Everton at Goodison Park today.

"The derby is the most important game for the people so that is how we take it".

"Being in global competition should not cause you problems. You give everyone the opportunity to do something good and because of a few idiots it might never happen again".

"I can not make Mo available because it is the derby".

"Maybe the problem is me and it's just the way it is with the amount of good footballers there are there".

The 25-year-old has been one of the stand-out players of the current Premier League season, scoring 31 goals for Liverpool.