Mohamed Salah assigned to a World Cup role


Mohamed Salah will join beIN Sports to cover the World Cup in Qatar

Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah failed to secure a World Cup qualification spot with Egypt

Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah will join beIN Sports as part of the 2022 World Cup coverage team, according to Qatari sources.

Stad Doha reports that Salah will join Premier League player Riyad Mahrez and be "a part" of the BeIN team to provide on-screen analysis throughout the match, which runs from November 20 to December 18.

Salah will have no international commitments this winter as Egypt was denied participation in the first-ever Winter World Cup by former Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane. The Bayern Munich native scored the crucial penalty in a goalless final to confirm Senegal's place in the group stage.

Liverpool are currently finalising plans for those not at the World Cup, including a training camp in Dubai and possible matches against AC Milan and Lyon. Anfield officials had explored the possibility of a base in Cape Town, South Africa, but decided Dubai would be a more suitable location because of its proximity to Qatar.

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