Mohamed has hit out at the Egyptian Football Association over the lack of help he has received over a violation of his images rights.
The Liverpool star released a statement on Twitter in a fresh attempt to resolve an issue that has been ongoing since his involvement at the World Cup.
Photographs of Salah with controversial Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov were pushed into the media spotlight during his time in Russia, making for an uncomfortable situation for the forward.
Kadyrov’s regime had been under fire for allegations of violence against gay people and a violation of human rights, with Kick It Out and Pride in Football publicly condemning the incident involving Salah.
Reports circulating after Egypt’s elimination entailed suggestions Salah would consider stepping down from his international duties in light of his supposed use for political propaganda.
Though Salah denied such rumours at the time, new questions may now loom over his future following his latest comments.
Speaking on Twitter on Sunday night, he wrote: “Naturally any ball union seeks to solve the problems of its players until they provide comfort.. But really what I see is exactly the opposite.”
“It is not natural that my letters and my lawyer’s letters are ignored… I don’t know why this is all. Don’t you have enough time to answer us?!”
Salah’s agent Ramy Abbas also took to social media, adding: “Enough is enough.”
We asked for guarantees regarding Mohamed’s wellbeing whilst with the national team, and assurances that the image rights violations wouldn’t happen again. That’s all. They have yet to respond.
— Ramy Abbas Issa (@RamyCol) August 26, 2018
Salah endured a torrid World Cup as he strived to shake off the shoulder injury he had suffered in Liverpool’s Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.
Having missed his nation’s opener against Uruguay, Salah returned for the final two group games against Russia and Saudi Arabia but looked far from full fitness.
Last season’s Premier League Golden Boot winner has since rediscovered his fitness and opened the scoring in Saturday’s win over Brighton.
Right now, club is offering the 26-year-old a more welcoming footballing environment than country.