After the Egyptian FA revealed during the international break that Salah had tested positive for COVID-19, Jurgen Klopp gave an update on Salah on Friday.
"How it is in these cases, in the moment when you have a negative test then the process really starts," Klopp told the club's official website. "He’s in a good place, he feels well, no symptoms, so that is all fine.”
Over 791,000 managers have already sold Salah ahead of Saturday’s 11:00 GMT deadline.
And his remaining 36.0 per cent ownership now face a big decision, as it is unclear if Salah will be able to return for Gameweek 10.
At a cost of £12.3m, Salah is the most expensive player in FPL.
While some managers may accept benching him against Leicester, there’s far less likelihood they will keep the Liverpool winger if he also fails to recover in time to face Brighton & Hove Albion.
Keep or sell Salah?
They must now decide whether to retain Salah and hope he is passed fit, or look to move him on ahead of Gameweek 9.
Certainly, there is no shortage of in-form replacements worth considering.
Fernandes heads premium alternatives
Bruno Fernandes (£10.6m) is the most-bought player in Gameweek 9, earning more than 664,000 new owners for his home match against West Bromwich Albion.
The Manchester United playmaker has three double-figure hauls in his seven appearances this season.
Salah’s team-mate Sadio Mane (£12.1m) is owned by just 11.7 per cent and could prove to be a powerful differential.
And Manchester City duo Kevin De Bruyne (£11.5m) and Raheem Sterling (£11.5m) have four strong home fixtures in a run of six matches from Gameweek 10 onwards that raises their captaincy potential.
In the mid-priced bracket, Chelsea playmaker Hakim Ziyech (£8.2m) has recorded double-digit hauls in both of his starts in the last two Gameweeks.
Jack Grealish (£7.5m) has produced 24 and 15 points against Liverpool and Southampton in his last three home outings. The Aston Villa captain hosts Brighton, Newcastle United and Burnley in the next five Gameweeks.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), each of their next three matches score only two.
Finally, West Ham United’s strong run of fixtures could also lift the potential of Jarrod Bowen (£6.3m).
Only two of his next 12 matches score more than three in the FDR.
Don't forget the GW9 deadline is 11:00 GMT on Saturday 21 November.