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After he was just a skinny village boy dreaming of playing for one of the local clubs in his country, the Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, has now become one of the most prominent legends of Liverpool FC and one of the best stars in the world, which qualified him to become the highest-paid player in the history of the red giant.

And the “Egyptian pharaoh” had become the highest-paid player in the history of the “Reds” after he announced that he had signed a new long-term contract, just one year before the expiration of his contract with the team next summer, and the club did not reveal the value of the new contract for the old Egyptian pharaoh. 30 years, nor the length of his stay with the team.

Press reports stated that Salah extended his contract until June 2025, while other press sources close to the club revealed that the new contract period is up to 18 months and a weekly salary of 400,000 pounds, equivalent to approximately 484,000 US dollars.

Salah, 30, is ranked fourth in the list of the highest paid footballers around the world, led by three players from the French club Paris Saint-Germain.

The French star, Kylian Mbappe, who renewed his contract with the Paris giant a few weeks ago, will receive one million pounds per week (1.2 million dollars).

In second place comes the Argentine star Lionel Messi, who earns 960,000 pounds per week, ahead of his colleague in the Paris club, the Brazilian star Neymar, who receives a salary of 606,000 pounds per week.

But Salah is now superior to both the Portuguese star and Manchester United player, Cristiano Ronaldo, and the Manchester City star, the Belgian Kevin De Bruyne, as they each earn 385,000 pounds per week, equivalent to approximately 466,000 US dollars.

The top ten paid

As for the most important players who were overtaken by the Egyptian captain in Liverpool after signing his new contract, the Dutch defender, who was the highest-paid player in the history of the Reds, comes at the forefront, as it was reported that his net worth amounted to 25 million dollars in 2019 alone, with an estimated His total wealth is more than 99 million pounds, and his weekly salary is 220,000 pounds (about 266,000 US dollars).

Salah beat teammate Virgil van Dijk

In third place comes the legend Steven Gerrard, who is described by some as “the greatest player in the club’s history, and his net worth after retirement is estimated at about $90 million, most of which he collected through his 17-year playing with the red team, during which he achieved many championships, but without winning a title.” The English Premier League, which has been absent from the club’s coffers for nearly 30 years.

Steven Gerrard

Steven Gerrard

In fourth place comes Roberto Firmino, who has an estimated fortune of $32 million, with expectations of an increase in the coming seasons.

As for the fifth place, Jordan Henderson, who joined Liverpool in 2011, has a net worth of about $25 million, and a weekly salary of £140,000.

Jordan Henderson

Behind Henderson comes his fellow English star James Milner, who earns an annual salary of 7.280 million pounds, and came after the Guinean star Naby Keita with a weekly salary of 120 thousand pounds.

In eighth place was the English star, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, ahead of the former star of the team, Adam Lallana, who was paid an annual salary of 5.7 million pounds.

The team’s goalkeeper, Alison Becker, ranked tenth, with an annual salary of 4.6 million pounds, equivalent to approximately $5.57 million.

“This is my message”

Returning to the star Salah, his message to the Reds fans after renewing his contract, as he stated to the official website of Liverpool Club, is: “My message to them is that they know me and I give everything to the club. The players also in the team want to give their best in the next season to try to win all the titles.” “.

“As always, you have to stay behind us and give us a big boost and I’m sure we will win trophies together again.”

On the offensive line after the departure of Senegalese star Sadio Mane, Salah said: “The truth is, I am very excited, I want to play with Nunez, he had a good season (with Benfica) and played well against us in the Champions League back and forth.”

And he added: “Sadio Mane has left and I will definitely miss him. He has had great seasons with the club, so I wish him all the best, and I wish Darwin Nunez all the best also for scoring many goals for us.”

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