Liverpool star Mohamed Salah travelled to Russia alongside with his national team-mates. However, Egypt’s medical staff is still unsure whether the 25-year-old will play in the country’s opening World Cup game against Uruguay on Friday.
Liverpool star injured his shoulder in the Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid after tangling with Sergio Ramos.
Ehab Lehita, Egypt's managing director, said: "We're keeping an eye on the situation day by day.
"We have been following the case since his injury in the final of Champions League. Mohamed trained in Cairo, trained yesterday and is training today. We are watching the situation closely with the doctor.
"He has daily treatment sessions on his shoulder. He trains indoors as well in the gym, and today he trained on the pitch.
"He is gradually getting better. However, I cannot confirm today that he will play in the first match. All I can say is that we hope he will play in this match."
If Salah misses the match with Uruguay, his next target will be getting ready for a clash with hosts Russia on June 19.