Liverpool lost 3-1 to Real Madrid on Saturday, May 26, as the La Liga side won their third consecutive Champions League title.
Since then, a petition from infuriated fans to UEFA and Federation Internationale de Football Association to ban Ramos for "intentionally hurting" the forward has received nearly 300,000 signatures.
The post went on to claim that the damage to the shoulder was ligament related and that "appropriate treatment and rehabilitation" from the Reds' medical staff should see him feature in Russian Federation.
The Real Madrid defender fell on Salah and the Egyptian landed awkwardly, dislocating his shoulder in the process.
The Egyptian soccer superstar, who scored 44 goals for the Reds this season, has relieved his anxious fans with a post on Twitter on Sunday, saying he is confident that he will be in Russian Federation for the World Cup championship.
Many Liverpool fans believe Ramos purposely injured Salah but Saunders would not go that far. "I've filed a lawsuit and a complaint with FIFA".
Lawyer Bassem Wahba said on Egyptian national television he has launched a lawsuit against Ramos for the "physical and pyschologial harm" it has given the people of Egypt.
Disaster stuck for Liverpool as Salah was forced off in tears having damaged his shoulder in a tussle with the uncompromising Ramos.
The Wales global raised questions about his own future immediately after the final in Kiev, hinting it could be time to leave Real Madrid.
But it does seem like Salah will make the World Cup next month after he said he was "confident" of making the tournament.
"I think at times we made it very hard for Real and unfortunately we lost", said the Dutchman.
Sometimes Football shows you it's good side and other times the bad.
Real Madrid's all-time top scorer lifted the spirits of the fans by declaring "See you next year" and then went on to say, "I feel proud to play at the biggest club in the world".
"Your love and support will give me the strength I need".