The Egypt global was forced from the field in the first half of Liverpool's 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid last month following a collision with Sergio Ramos, which the 25-year-old has now labelled the night as the worst moment of his career.
Salah denied Ramos" claim that he was "okay' following their conversation on the incident.
The Premier League Player of the Year responded to these comments, and he disputed the veracity of Ramos' claims.
And according to Spanish news outlet Diario Gol, Real will go all out for Salah this summer.
"He grabbed my arm first and I fell to the other side, the injury happened to the other arm and they said that I gave him a judo hold", stated Ramos.
The striker, 25, scored 44 goals for Liverpool last season, which helped him be named Premier League Player of the Season and also scored the penalty that confirmed his country's place in Russian Federation.
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Ramos aimed a dig at Salah last week as he suggested that Salah could have played on.
"It's amusing. My comment is that it's always okay when the one who made you cry first, then makes you laugh".
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez also hopes to see Salah at the World Cup, adding: "Mo Salah is not just a good player, he's an outstanding footballer, he's a world class footballer after what he's done this season".
The injury has also put doubts on the Liverpool forwards' participation in the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup.
First-half goals from Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard set Belgium on their way to a 3-0 win against Egypt in a pre-World Cup friendly at King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on Wednesday. "We want to get into the next round and do things well there", he added. It was not normal because we won the African Cup seven times, and we were champions in 2006, 2008 and 2010. I will support Egypt in the World Cup for him.
Worryingly for the Panamanians, who face Belgium, England and Tunisia in Group G in their first World Cup finals appearance, they struggled to deal with Norway's physical power, but they did create decent chances in the second half. Of course, people can now say, 'OK, we've qualified, that's it.' But for me it's not like that, we want to make history; achieve something different. That's not going through my head.