Ramos, 32, trapped Salah's arm while the pair chased for the ball, and as the pair fell Salah's arm remained pinned to Ramos' body.
Although he didn't enjoy his finest individual performance, Cristiano Ronaldo still burnished his glittering CV as the Real forward became the first player to win the trophy five times in the Champions League era.
Salah, however, posted on Twitter on Sunday that he was "confident" he would be able to represent Hector Cuper's side at Russian Federation 2018.
"It was a very tough night, but I'm a fighter".
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos sent quick recovery wishes to Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah following his injury in the Champions League final on Saturday. Some offered prayers, seeking divine intervention to exact revenge on the Spanish worldwide.
Teammates have since come out in support of their goalkeeper.
Liverpool and Egypt fans will be anxiously awaiting official information on the exact nature of the injury Salah has sustained, with there just 19 days, at the time of writing, until the first game Egypt will partake in against Uruguay.
"But when it comes to Mohamed Salah, he's a great Arab player and has allowed us to lift our heads high as Arabs".
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No royal bride has ever officially addressed wedding guests before, and they definitely haven't read their own poetry. Another added, 'Emilia Wickstead is a very successful designer. "It was such a lovely , incredible wedding", she said.
"It's something that I've always wanted to do and it hasn't happened here this season for one reason or another".
"Your tears are like a fire that's burning our hearts and your belief in your dream and your resolve lead us all on the path to survival and success", wrote Mahmoud Hussein. Salah had cemented his status as a national hero by leading Egypt to their first World Cup qualification in 28 years.
Youth and Sports Minister Khaled Abdel-Aziz insisted Salah would be ready to play in two weeks.
The Spanish dirtbag was successful in his attempt to injure Salah and remove Liverpool's best player from the game. His image is splashed nearly daily on front pages of Egyptian newspapers, his games are watched by millions and his goals spark wild celebrations.
Liverpool's Andy Robertson has admitted he felt Sergio Ramos was "clever" in forcing Mohamed Salah off in the Champions League final, but refuses to use it as an excuse for the defeat.
As much as Bale's return to Tottenham would be greeted with great cheer by Spurs fans, the prospect of losing the England global would surely dampen their excitement.
The Reds star was forced off the field through injury after just thirty minutes, following a robust challenge from Real Madrid veteran Sergio Ramos, and initial reports suggested that Salah could miss next month's World Cup.