The Real Madrid captain, Ramos, was the subject of much vitriol during Saturday's, May 26, Champions League final as a tangle between him and Salah led to the Liverpool ace being forced off with injury after just half an hour.
But a Twitter post from Salah on Sunday revealed that he was planning on taking part in Russian Federation.
"It was a tough night, but I am a fighter", Salah wrote onInstagram.
'Despite the odds, I'm confident that I'll be in Russian Federation to make you all proud. our love and support will give me the strength I need'.
The Egypt forward was hurt Saturday when he tangled with Ramos, who grabbed Salah chasing the ball and held on to his right arm. Liverpool went on to lose the game 3-1 without their star winger and Salah's World Cup hopes now seem in doubt.
Salah finished top scorer in the just concluded English Premier League season and was expected to lead the attack line for Egypt when the World Cup kicks off next month in Russian Federation.
Salah's injury played a major role in Liverpool's failure to win a sixth European Cup.
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Salah is so popular in Egypt that more one million people voted for him in the country's presidential election in March, crossing out the other two candidates and scribbling Mo Salah instead.
As Liverpool and Real Madrid geared up for the final of the Champions League, there has been conflicting reports on whether Salah will observe fast for today's match.
The official Twitter account of the Egyptian team tweeted that the medical staff of Liverpool team has informed them that Salah has injured ligaments in the shoulder joint.
The CSKA Moscow player will be leading the World Cup hosts as they aim to lead Group A which includes Uruguay, Egypt and Saudia Arabia.
It's impossible to say whether things might have been different for Jurgen Klopp's men had the 25-year-old stayed on the pitch.
Former Arsenal player Martin Keown said in his Daily Mail column that he felt Ramos knew what he was doing in tackling Salah in that manner, but, somewhat controversially, believed Ramos is "perfect centre back" because of his style of play.