Substitute Mohamed Salah scored the fastest hat-trick in Champions League history as Liverpool came from behind to thrash Rangers 7-1 on Wednesday and put themselves on the verge of qualification for the competition's knockout stages.
Salah, who scored 31 times for Liverpool last season as they won the domestic cup double, put pen to paper on a three-year deal last month.
Known for his fast attacking football, the EFA officials believe that Vitória is the perfect choice to bring a smile back to the fans in Egypt.
The Egyptian winger extended his contract with the Reds, putting an end to all the speculations that linked him with a move away from Anfield.
Today's announcement puts an end to the speculations over the future of the Egyptian player, who has scored 156 goals in 254 appearances so far in his career with the Reds.
The season will begin on Aug. 5 and conclude on May 28.
Also, Omar Marmoush, Stuttgart's winger, is not available for the trip due to muscle fatigue.
Egypt plays in Group D of the qualifiers alongside Guinea, Ethiopia and Malawi.
Regardless of the jersey that Mane will wear next season, he hopes to celebrate the prestigious title on Saturday night in Paris.
The Reds appear in the final for the tenth time in history and they are chasing their seventh Champions League title.
The Egyptian addressed the media on Wednesday and he was asked about his future.
The Belgian won the prestigious award for the second time in his career after a fantastic performance with the Cityzens.
The Egyptian's availability for the game is not certain after picking up an injury in the FA Cup final.
Salah, who missed his team's 2-1 win over Southampton for injury, is in contention to win the Premier League's top goalscorer award for the third time in history.
After Liverpool booked their place in the final on Tuesday, the Egyptian winger stated that he wants to face Real Madrid in the final of the competition.
Real Madrid and Liverpool will meet in the final on 28 May in Paris.
The 29-year-old has 30 goals and 14 assists in 44 games for Liverpool this season and remains a key part of Juergen Klopp's team.
The 30-year-old has scored 20 goals in 44 appearances for Liverpool this season, including six in his last seven, as the club seek to secure an unprecedented quadruple.
Liverpool did enough to build themselves a solid lead for Tuesday's return game in Spain where they will be confident of finishing off the job.
Klopp's side are bidding to become the first English club to lift all four major trophies in a single season.