Discover everything you want to know about Mohamed Salah: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Egyptian right winger lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2018 the right winger signed a contract with Liverpool that nets him a whopping salary of 10.7 Million Euro (9.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €29,235 (£26,146) per day and €1,218 (£1,089) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 27 years to earn the same as The Egyptian King earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Egyptian right winger compared to his Liverpool teammates
After his amazing last season at The Reds he became one of the best paid players. At Chelsea and Roma he wasn't doing bad either, but still, it's nothing compared to his staggering 10.7 Million Euro (9.6 Million Pound) per year of today. His current net worth is estimated at 15 Million Euro (13.1 Million Pound). He is nowadays of the most desired and appreciated players of the game. Who does not want to buy him? Well, let me tell you a secret: every body does. The problem? Only a few clubs can afford him! His current Market Value is estimated at 150 Million Euro (135 Million Pound).
At this picture we see Mo and his wife Magi on the pitch at Anfield. He is a devoted muslim and is a quiet and private person off the pitch. Little information is known about his private and personal life. But we DO know that he married to Magi in 2013. This happened in Ngrid, a city in Egypt. They are longtime lovers and met eachother back in the days at school in Basion, Gharbia. She works as a biotechnologist.
His daughter is called Makka. She was named after the holy city. She was born in London, when Mo still played for Chelsea. He likes to keep things private, but every now and then we see a glimpse of his family life on his Instagram account. At this picture we see her entering the pitch of Anfield Road, to surprise Mo' after another victory!
Brother - Nasr
At this picture we see him with his younger brother Nasr. They look a like!
Brother - Nasr
His younger brother Nasr is all smiles at his engagement party. Mo was there, as well as some other important relatives.
Who is the real Mo? This isn't actually his real twin brother, but his look-a-like. Do you see the difference?!
This is a picture of the interior of the so-called 'Palace of Gold', a beautiful building in the fanciest area of Cairo. If 'The Egyptian King' will continue to play like he currently does, he will surely end up in a palace like this!
Salah Car - What does he drive?
Mo in his stylish white Mercedes!
The 15th of June 1992 it happened. A new Egyptian king was born in the city of Nagrig. Nowadays Salah is a worldstar, and not everybody expected him to this good as he is right now. During his youth he played for Ittihad Basyoun, Othmason Tanta and then moved to El Mokawloon. This club is based in Cairo, the Egyptian capital. He played for them from 2010 un till 2012, when Swiss gold diggers saw his extreme qualities. He moved to Basel for an undisclosed fee, and was the big star from the first season. He had a major contribution to the league title and his performances made him win the SAFP Golden Player Award. His games attracted Premier League side Chelsea, who did not hesitate and bought him for 11 Million Pound in 2014. In his debut season at Stamford Bridge he was sparingly used, and went on loan to the Serie A. First Fiorentina and then AS Roma. It was in Rome where Europe saw his extreme qualities for the first time. He was dominating the Italian pitches and performing at the highest level. He made 14 goals in 34 games. Of course AS Roma wanted to sign him permanently, and they actually they managed to do that for 15 Million Euro. The next season, 2016-17, he became the big star of the Serie A. He relocated back to the Premier League when Liverpool signed him for a (then) club record fee of 37 Million Pound. In the following seasons he became one of the best players of the Premier League and his star is rising every day. He made goals which people thought only Messi could make, and scored 32 goals in 36 games in the 2017-18 season. His record-breaking performances made him win a number of personal prices such as PFA Players' Player of the Year, PFA Fan's Player of the Year and became third in 2018 Best FIFA Men's Player. Where is this story going to end?
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