The 25-year-old now faces a race to be fit in time for next month's World Cup, but the Egyptian FA have claimed he could be playing again within two weeks.
But it now appears there is a good chance Salah will be able to join his country for the tournament in Russian Federation.
The Liverpool player wrote: "It was a very tough night, but I'm a fighter. Despite the odds, I'm confident that I'll be in Russian Federation to make you all proud", Salah wrote on his official Twitter account on Sunday.
However, Aly Mazhar, a former footballer and a close friend of Salah, announced on his Facebook page on Sunday that scans revealed that the Liverpool star suffers a strain in the shoulder ligaments and that he'll be back on the field in three weeks.
Real Madrid's match-winner Gareth Bale is seriously considering leaving the Spanish club but may wait to discover the future of team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo.
Mohamed Salah's misfortune represented a key moment in Saturday's Champions League final, Georginio Wijnaldum feels.
Salah scored 44 goals for Liverpool in all competitions this season.
He was voted Liverpool's Players of the Year and also scooped the PFA and Football Writers' Player of the Year awards.
"Hopefully he'll come back bigger and stronger".
"I hope he goes to the World Cup because a nation is relying on him".
The Pharaohs are pooled alongside Russia, Saudi Arabia and Uruguay in Group A. They play their first game against the South Americans on 15 June.