- Mohamed Salah has been told by the Egyptian FA that he is not greater than football
- The Liverpool star wants more bodyguards in the hotel and training ground while on national duty
- But the Egyptian FA stated that no player will receive special or preferential treatment
Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has been told by the Egyptian Football Association that he is not bigger than the game of football.
This comes after the current African best footballer demanded for more securities so as to stop him from being harassed by fans while playing for his country.
Mohamed Salah and his lawyer have also written to the Egyptian Football Association concerning his safety while playing for the national team.
And according to the report by UK Sun, the EFA have sent a reply to Mohamed Salah stressing that he will not get different treatment from the rest of the squad.
''The EFA will not tolerate any big heads in the Egypt squad.
''The EFA will refuse to compile with his extraordinary requests.
''No player in the Egyptian squad will receive “special and preferential treatment”.
''And the EFA will not cede image rights costs to Salah’s management team,'' the Egyptian Football Federation explained.
Meanwhile, Egypt will play Niger next month in 2019 African Nations Cup qualifier.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah demanded an answer from the Egyptian Football Federation on his safety and well-being while playing for the national team.
In a statement released on Twitter, Mohamed Salah and his representatives also want assurance from the EFA that his image right will not be violated again.
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