The Egyptian Football Association has allayed fears over Mohamed Salah's injury saying he will be out for only two weeks.
The Liverpool star sustained a shoulder injury after being wrestled down by Real Madrid defender, Sergio Ramos in the final of the UEFA Champions League on Saturday.
Salah was forced off in the 31st minute, after being unable to continue the match, with many afraid he will miss the World Cup.
Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool's manager, during his his post-match press Conference said Salah could miss the World Cup.
However, the Egyptian FA have revealed in a Facebook post on Sunday that the National team's doctor contacted Liverpool, who confirmed that Salah sustained a shoulder ligament injury and could take about two weeks to heal, despite the injury appearing serious.
The player is likely to continue his recovery in England, but he is expected to join the National team after he recovers from injury.