The information comes the day earlier than Egypt is because of face Togo in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Cairo.
“The rest of the team had negative test results.
“Our worldwide star has been topic to bear medical protocol after our nationwide group’s physician, Mohamed Abou Elela,, liaised along with his English membership, Liverpool. In addition, he was requested to self isolate in his room and never make any contact with anybody.”
The Egyptian FA said Salah, 28, will undergo further tests “within the coming hours.”
CNN contacted Liverpool FC for comment but had not received a response at time of publication.
Salah’s positive test result adds to Liverpool’s growing list of personnel concerns. Defender Virgil Van Dijk is already out with a long-term injury, while Joe Gomez, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Fabinho are also sidelined.