Mohamed Salah is making “at least £1m a week” according to his lawyer, Ramy Abbas Issa. This was reported by The Guardian. Issa revealed the earnings of his star client, which includes both his Liverpool salary and any endorsements plus sponsorship income to the Egyptian’s pockets. The Liverpool attacker, according to the report, makes £53.7 million.
Salah Has Built A Career which Requires Big Money
190 goals with Liverpool has placed Salah fourth on the all-time Reds’ scoring lists, and in only a fraction of the time the players ahead of him had.
His stay at Anfield has seen him win every trophy available to contest. Those titles include the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, EFL Cup, Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup.
Personal anecdotes for Salah include three Premier League Golden Boots. Additionally, he was named to the Team of the Season three times, won a Puskas Award and came very close to claiming the most prestigious trophy for an individual footballer; the Ballon d’Or.
At 31 years old, one of manager Jurgen Klopp’s “best goalscorers” is not slowing down.
The simplest way of putting it is that Salah deserves this money. If Liverpool had not been willing to meet his demands when he resigned with them in 2022, he would have gone somewhere else.
Issa stated negotiations with the Reds at one point were “broken down entirely.” He and his player felt the club were disrespecting their proposals, but a crisis was averted on Liverpool’s end.
Salah and Issa’s discussions with the Merseyside outfit were featured in a study, which is how these details have been revealed.
There are commercial outlets paying the Egyptian as well, including “Adidas, the Bank of Alexandria in Egypt, PepsiCo, Gucci and the real estate brand Mountain View.”
Liverpool still pays the majority of Salah’s total earnings. His big contract from 2022 brings in over £40 million a year. Time will tell how much longer Klopp can use the 31-year-old’s prolific skills on the right wing.
For now, though, it is apparent that a footballer who made waves for refusing a Saudi League move is still being paid a fair amount.