Originally the Egyptian international had taken his Twitter account down from the social media site but he has now removed his Facebook and Instagram profiles too.
The Liverpool attacker’s action follows a cryptic tweet he posted yesterday which appeared to be a New Year’s resolution reading: “2019 Resolution: Time to get in touch, for real.”
There is now no way to access Salah’s Twitter page where the tweet existed and the handle was once ‘@MoSalah’ because it simply comes up with a ‘Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!’.
On Instagram a page is displayed with ‘No Posts Yet’ and ‘User not found’ while on Facebook it is simply impossible to search for the African Player of the Year.
The frontman has made a stellar start to 2019 – scoring three goals in his last two games. He also achieved his 50th Premier League goal on Saturday, as Liverpool were victorious in a 4-3 win over Crystal Palace.
But his tweet yesterday left many fans baffled as to the true message behind the post. Breaking his social media silence after nearly two weeks, Salah wrote: “2019 Resolution: Time to get in touch, for real.” Neither the meaning nor the target of the tweet were immediately obvious.
One fan said: “Hmmm…where’s this going?” Another said: “Get in touch with who Mo?” However, some fans speculated that Salah may have dropped a cryptic hint that he wants to resolve his dispute with the Egyptian FA.
The row 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.
Supporters are suggesting that the Liverpool forward is now ready to speak to the association and put the matter behind him.
But this is not the first time Salah has posted a mysterious message on social media. Last November, Salah posted a black-and-white picture on his Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages of him in his Egypt kit with his head bowed down.
Fans speculated on each platform the meaning behind the image and whether it meant he was unhappy to be reporting for international duty, Liverpool Echo said.