Kadyrov, who sports the hallmark beard of the ultraconservative Muslims known as Salafis, has enforced strict Islamic rules in Chechnya since assuming control in 2004, relying on his security forces to stifle any dissent.
"From what I've been told, this is unlikely to get done before the World Cup, if at all".
"Maybe he could start on the bench, but a final decision has not been made yet", the Pharaohs' team doctor, Mohamed Abouelela, told AP on Monday.
"Even if Salah is at his best, it is going to be hard for Egypt to get out of this group, in their first World Cup since 1990".
Muslera, who plays for Turkish club Galatasaray, shrugged off travel fatigue being a problem, saying Uruguay had five days to prepare for the game.
However, Salah did some light running in Grozny on Monday, monitored by medical staff, as the other Egypt players took part in a group warm-up.
And of course, we couldn't conclude this list without mentioning Mohamed Salah.
Following an exhausting 16-hour flight, the team faces another four hours on a plane for the game against Egypt, which will be played in Ekaterinburg.