Liverpool star player Mo Salah sparked conspiracy theories when he deleted his social media accounts. Few of his fans began wondering if he had issues with the Egyptian FA, while his loyal fans concluded that he was focusing on ensuring the Liverpool wins the Premier League.
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Over the weekend, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, met Mo Salah and the rest of his team in Dubai.
In a picture shared on F3 Stables’ Instagram account, Sheikh Hamdan is seen posing with the team whilst holding a Liverpool jersey.
The team is currently in Dubai for an upcoming event.