- Egyptian players have been assured of having enough security while on national duty
- The issue was raised by Mohamed Salah who wrote a letter to the country's football body
- Salah wants to be well protected by guards for him not to be harassed by fans
The Egyptian Football Federation have made it clear that all the national team players will be protected from the public while playing for their country.
This latest development is now expected to be a cheering news for Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah who wants more securities for himself while on national duty.
Mohamed Salah last week issued a letter to the Football Federation that they should assure him that he is safe by providing more guards for him not to be harassed by fans.
Initially, the Egyptian Football Federation stated clearly that the former Chelsea and Roma star is not bigger than football and will not be given any special treatment in the national team.
But it has now been confirmed by Karam Kurdi, a member of the country's football federation, that the Egypt squad will now have a private training camp, completely isolated from the public.
“There’s a lot of insurance for the camp and the players are completely isolated from the public and no one is allowed to approach the team.
“The hotel's security authorities are charged with preventing anyone from being at the residence or entering the players' rooms,'' Kurdi told FilGoal.com.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Spanish champions Real Madrid are in desperate mood to sign Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah when the next transfer window opens.
Los Blancos' chiefs have reportedly offered Premier League side Liverpool Karim Benzema plus cash in their attempt to bring Salah to the Bernabeu.
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