The source told FilGoal.com: “The tinge of all players, including Mohamed Salah, is negative.”
And Abizaid, “Salah arrived late yesterday evening, and underwent a smear upon his arrival, and came out negative.”
“Mohamed Al-Nani and Mahmoud Hassan,” Trezeguet, “arrived from England late today, Monday, to join the camp.”
He revealed, “Ahmed Hegazy will join the camp in Kenya tomorrow, Tuesday, and travel directly from Kenya to Saudi Arabia after the match, as he will not play the Comoros match with the national team.”
Earlier, FilGoal.com learned that the closest so far was Hijazi’s participation in the first match of the Pharaohs against Kenya outside home, and the absence from the Comoros match.
Hejazi is scheduled to fly from Saudi Arabia to Kenya directly, without joining the national team camp in Egypt, with Saudi Arabia asking those coming from Egypt to undergo a 14-day health isolation.
Hegazy will return to Jeddah after participating against Kenya, without returning to Egypt with the Pharaohs’ mission.
Hence, the former West Bromwich Albion defender against the Comoros Islands will not be playing in this case.
FilGoal.com learned that the red card that Hegazy obtained yesterday, Saturday, against Al-Raed in the round-24 matches of the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Cup League, and will make him miss the next match against Al-Hilal, will not affect the length of time that the international defender will spend with the Egyptian national team.
The last hours witnessed attempts by Egyptian national team officials to exclude Hegazy from undergoing a 14-day health isolation, especially with the player’s desire to join the Pharaohs camp.
Egypt leads Group G with eight points, on goal difference, from the Comoros, followed by Kenya with three points, and then Togo with one point.