Mohamed Salah, the star of Liverpool and the captain of the Egyptian national team, became the second-placed player in the largest travel distances between the red team players during the current international break.
Egypt is preparing to meet Niger and Liberia on September 23 and 27.
During the current international break, Liverpool star Luis Diaz will travel a very large distance in order to join the Colombia national team.
Where he will play against Guatemala in New Jersey in the United States of America, and then against Mexico in California.
Diaz will travel more than 8,000 kilometers, which is the largest distance between Liverpool players.
In second place comes Mohamed Salah, who will leave Europe for Egypt to play the two matches in Alexandria.
But Mohamed Salah first traveled to Dubai for a vacation before returning to Egypt to play friendly matches and then return to England.
And the rest of the players joining their national teams from Liverpool will not travel outside the continent of Europe.
Goalkeeper Alisson Becker, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino will travel to France in order to play against Ghana and Tunisia.
Uruguay striker Darwin Nunez will travel to Austria and Slovakia to play against Iran and Canada.
Virgil van Dijk will leave for Poland to participate with his country, the Netherlands against Poland, and then return to Amsterdam to face Belgium.
Trent Alexander-Arnold will travel to Italy with the England national team to face the European champions in the European Nations Cup.
Greek left-back Kostas Tsimikas will travel to Cyprus with his country.
Finally, Diogo Jota will travel with the Portugal national team to the Czech Republic and Portugal to play against the Czech Republic and Spain.