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Liverpool exploit loophole in Premier League coronavirus rules to allow Mohamed Salah to return to training FIVE DAYS after testing positive - with quarantine being counted from his first test rather than his latest one Mohamed Salah is set to return to the Liverpool side against Atalanta The Egyptian returned to training after posting a negative coronavirus test It came 10 days after he first tested positive while on international duty Salah was pictured at the of his brother in Cairo before testing positive 

By James Dutton For Mailonline

Published: 12:08 GMT, 25 November 2020 | Updated: 12:17 GMT, 25 November 2020

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Liverpool have exploited a loophole in the Premier League's coronavirus rule to rush Mohamed Salah back into action - just five days after he tested positive.

The Egyptian star is set to return on Wednesday night as Liverpool host Atalanta in the Champions League having been forced to miss the weekend victory over Leicester.

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He returned to training at Liverpool's new AXA centre on Monday, despite Premier League rules stating that players cannot train or play for 10 days after a positive test.

Mohamed Salah was all smiles as he trained with his Liverpool team-mates on Tuesday

Mohamed Salah was all smiles as he trained with his Liverpool team-mates on Tuesday

Salah tested positive for coronavirus just days after attending the wedding of his brother

Salah tested positive for coronavirus just days after attending the of his brother

League bosses have blurred those lines, claiming they mean 10 days from an initial positive test instead of the latest, as per government rules. 

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