Following Liverpool’s announcement last Friday that it will renew the contract of its Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, who joined the ranks in 2017, the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”, published a list of the highest paid players in the world. Until 2025, after ups and downs and disputes in the negotiations between the two parties, but as a result “Pharaoh” stayed at “Anfield” for 400,000 pounds per week, the highest salary in the history of the club.
The newspaper said Salah was fourth in the world’s highest-paid player behind Paris Saint-Germain, France international Kylian Mbappe (£1 million a week) and Argentina star Lionel Messi (960,000). , then Brazil’s Neymar da Silva (606 thousand) .
The newspaper pointed out that Mohamed Salah has overtaken Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, who has been relegated to fifth place with a weekly salary equal (£385,000) to that earned by Belgian Kevin De Bruyne with Manchester City. The latter’s fellow Norwegian Erling Holland holds the position, earning up to seventh (£375,000), the same as Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
French player, Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann comes in ninth place with salary (£356,000) and Bayern Munich star Poland Robert Lewandowski comes in tenth place (£350,000). The last player to win the FIFA World Player of the Year award. world 2021.
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