With World Cup nearing, teams along the continent are preparing either to play and others to watch. The Qatar World Cup is set to open doors for many football funs along the World but we have also witnessed that there are players who are set not to play a part in it. Either due to injury or due to their countries failing to qualify.
Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota. The two Liverpool players are set to miss the World Cup due to un- similar reasons. Diogo Jota will miss the World Cup due to a calf injury that he endured in training while Mohamed Salah will miss the World Cup due to his native country Egypt failing to qualify for Qatar.
Reece James,Timo Werner, Ngolo Kante, Son Heung Min and Paul Pogba are also set to miss the World Cup. Reece James was forced to be substituted after an injury he got during their Champions league game against Ac Milan. Kante, Pogba and Werner will also miss the World Cup due to injuries while Heung Min Son will have an eye surgery
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