Mohamed Salah’s Twitter account has been taken down from the social media site.
Salah’s latest action follows a cryptic tweet he posted yesterday.
Out of the blues the Egyptian international posted what appeared to be a New Year’s resolution tweet, ignoring the fact he’s sent the message a little bit late.
His tweet yesterday left loads of fans baffled as to the true message behind the post.
Breaking his social media silence after nearly two weeks, the Liverpool attacker wrote: “2019 Resolution: Time to get in touch, for real.”
No one can access Salah’s Twitter page where the tweet existed. Tandle was once ‘@MoSalah’ and now it simply comes up with a ‘Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!’.
Another said: “Get in touch with who Mo?”.
However, some fans think that Salah may have dropped a cryptic hint that he wants to resolve his quarrel with the Egyptian FA.
The dispute first started last year after a photo featured on the outside of the national team’s official plane, provided by official sponsor ‘WE’ – despite his own individual sponsorship deal with rival telecommunications firm Vodafone.
Salah, in last November, posted a black-and-white picture on his Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages of him in his Egypt kit with his head bowed down.