Player Profile

Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah

11 Forward

Nationality :Egypt
Date Of Birth :June 15, 1992
Height :175cm
Weight :71kg

Mohamed Salah: A Brief Biography

Mohamed Salah is a forward who competes for Liverpool in the Premier League as well as the Egyptian national team. He was born and raised in Gharbia, Egypt, and has been a talented football player since he was little. He began his career with the ‘El Mokawloon youth squad of the Egyptian club. His transition to the club’s senior team in the “Egyptian Premier League” took place quickly in 2010.

He moved to the Swiss football team FC Basel in 2012. He was crucial to Basel winning the 2013 Uhren Cup and the Swiss Championship in 2012–13. He joined “Chelsea” in January 2014, making history as the first Egyptian footballer to play for Chelsea. He then played (on loan) for Roma and Fiorentina before agreeing to a new contract with Liverpool in 2017. He received the BBC and CAF’s 2017 “African Footballer of the Year” award.

Famous For?

  • He is nicknamed Egyptian Messi for his playing style, stronger left foot, position, goal-scoring abilities, pace, and skills.

Early Life

Mohamed Salah was born on June 15, 1992, to typical middle-class parents in Nagrig, Gharbia, Egypt. Mohamed’s parents were concerned since he struggled in school. Mohamed made an effort to strike the correct balance between his studies and sport, but he was never able to raise his grades. His focus was on football throughout his youth and adolescence.

He was watching football on television while he wasn’t participating. Some Arabic footballers were among his earliest idols. Salah’s parents wanted him to pursue a traditional job, but he was unaffected by their intentions and continued to devote himself entirely to football.

Salah started out playing football for fun, but after joining a local youth team in Cairo called “El Mokawloon,” he began to see it as a serious career option. His scholastic performance was further damaged by the distance from his hometown and the need to transfer to five different buses to go to the academy, but his love for the sport kept him focused.

At the age of 18, he was ultimately admitted into his club’s senior team in May 2010. Salah was largely used as a substitute initially, but as he developed, the squad made him a regular forward. Around 2012, the “Egyptian Premier League” was forced to shut down, and many of its players’ futures were in doubt.

Trophies & Titles

All titles

Titles and season
1x English FA Cup winner
2022Liverpool FC
2x English League Cup winner
2022Liverpool FC
  1. Premier League
  2. Serie A
  3. Super League
  4. Swiss Cup
  5. Community Shield
  6. Africa Cup of Nations
  7. Champions League
  8. Uefa Super Cup
  9. FIFA Club World Cup
  10. Audi Cup
  11. Premier League Asia Trophy
  12. Carabao Cup
  13. FA Cup

Height of Mohamed Salah, Weight and Body Stats

Mohamed stands 5 feet 9 inches tall. In addition, he weighs 72 kg.

Furthermore, his chest, waist, and biceps measurements are 36.5-32-13.5 inches. Mohamed’s hair is black, and his eyes are brown.

All-time Career of Mohamed Salah

Swiss club Basel made him an offer when the “Port Said Stadium Disaster” put the “Egyptian Premier League” in jeopardy. signed a four-year contract with Basel in April 2012. In the same year that he made his ‘UEFA Championship League’ and ‘Europa League debuts, he also scored key goals to assist his team go to the semi-finals, where they ultimately lost.

Salah contributed significantly to Basel’s 2012–13 ‘Swiss Super League Championship triumph and put up a strong showing in the Swiss Cup, where they finished runners-up. Salah was a member of the Basel team that won the “Uhren Cup” at the start of the following season.

He gave excellent performances against Chelsea in two games within a short period, which piqued the club’s interest. He joined Chelsea in January 2014.

Salah made his Premier League debut for Chelsea towards Newcastle United in February 2014, and he scored his first intention against Arsenal in March. Salah turned into purported to go back to Egypt before the 2014–15 season commenced to finish his required military training, however, it turned out that Salah had spoken with the Egyptian Prime Minister and acquired himself an exemption.

He changed into giving a loan with the aid of Chelsea to the Italian crew “Fiorentina” in February 2015, which changed into correct till the end of the 2015–sixteen season. He made his membership debut on February 14; although, Salah validated reluctance to return to ‘Fiorentina’ at the end of the season.

He moved to ‘Roma’ on loan in August 2015. ‘Fiorentina,’ upset by Chelsea’s violation of the contract, initiated a lawsuit in September 2015, but it was subsequently settled, and Salah remained with ‘Roma.’

Salah was named the “Best Player” of the Season and the top scorer with 15 goals towards the end of his first season with “Roma” He committed to a permanent deal when Roma’s management approached him in 2016. Salah signed a long-term contract with Roma, but in 2017 he couldn’t turn down a bid from Liverpool.

Salah and Liverpool reached a long-term contract agreement in June 2017 for a club-record 50 million pounds. He so became the first Egyptian to play for Liverpool and scored in his first game against “Watford.” He was selected by Liverpool supporters as their ‘Player of the Month’ for August.

He scored four goals in one of his games against “Watford” to help his team win 5-0. This was his first hat trick for “Liverpool,” and by the end of the year, he had 36 goals, making him the league’s top scorer.

He has played 11 games for the Egyptian junior teams in U-20 and U-23 competitions, including the “FIFA U-20 World Cup” in 2011 and the “Summer Olympics” in 2012. He eventually joined the Egyptian national team and participated in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers with the team, scoring in nearly every game to advance his country to the finals.

He ended up being one of the top goal scorers at the 2017 “Africa Cup of Nations” and led his team to the championship game. Additionally, he was selected for the “CAF Team of the Tournament.” With five goals, he led his squad in scoring at the 2018 “FIFA World Cup Qualifications.”

International Career 

Salah had represented Egypt’s national team at various age levels.

Salah made his senior debut for Egypt against Sierra Leone in September 2011 and scored his first global intention for Egypt towards Nigeria in a qualifying suit for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations on October 8, 2011.

Salah positioned up a high-quality performance for Egypt’s national side, which certified for the World Cup for the first time given that 1990.

Salah became not able to compete for Egypt in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia because of a shoulder injury sustained in the 2018 Champions League final against Real Madrid.

Egypt lost all three World Cup group-stage matches, despite Salah’s two goals.

Premier League Stats for Mohamed Salah

GeneralTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Matches Played37N/A
 
99
Minutes320787 min’ per appearance
 
98
Annual Salary€20,864,480N/A
 
99
Matches Started36N/A
 
99
Matches Subbed In1N/A 
Matches Subbed Out6N/A

Goals and xG (Expected Goals)

Goals, xG, ShotsTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Goals Scored190.53
 
97
Goal Involvement300.84
 
99
Goals at Home110.58
 
96
Goals at Away80.48
 
95
Expected Goals (xG)15.510.44
 
98
Non-Penalty xG (npxG)12.710.36
 
97
Penalties Scored2  
Hat-tricks0  
3 or More Goals0  
2 or More Goals3  
Minutes Per Goal169 min’ / goal 

Shots Taken

Shots DataTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Shots Taken912.55
 
96
Shots On Target
46/ 91
1.29
 
96
Shots Off Target
45/ 91
1.26
 
94
Hit The Woodwork3 times0.08
 
86
Shot Conversion Rate20.88% 
 
84
Shot Accuracy50.55% 
 
73
Shots Per Goal Scored4.79 

Assists, Passing, & Chance Creation Stats

Assists & PassingTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Assists110.31
 
96
Expected Assists (xA)10.590.30
 
95
Passes108030.31
 
31
Successful Passes
847/ 1080
23.77
 
34
Pass Completion Rate78.43% 
 
46
Key Passes641.80
 
90
Crosses361.01
 
54
Successful Crosses
10/ 36
0.28
 
58
Cross Completion Rate27.78% 
 
71
Minutes Per Assist292 min’ / assist 

Dribbling & Offside Stats

Dribbles & OffsidesTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Dribbles1133.17
 
89
Successful Dribbles441.23
 
83
Dribble Success Rate38.94% 
 
28
Dispossesed762.13
 
6
Offsides220.62
 
93

Yellow Cards, Red Cards, and Foul Stats

Cards & FoulsTotalPer 90Percentile
Yellow Cards2  
Red Cards0  
Total Cards20.06
 
16
Minutes Per Booking1604 min’ / card 
 
96
Cards Over 0.525%
 
19
Fouls Committed200.56
 
15
Fouled Against320.90
 
47

How much does Mohamed Salah Earn? Net Worth

Mohamed earns a residing as a professional football player for Liverpool in the Premier League. In his first season at Liverpool, he put in an incredible overall performance. It was his fine season up to now in his profession. Salah joined Liverpool in June 2017 for a club-document price of forty-two million euros. Mohamed Salah’s net worth is projected to be approximately $40 million as of 2023. In Liverpool, he earns $14 million in step per year. If he maintains his stellar results, he will earn significantly more in the following years. 

Endorsement

Salah has a sponsorship deal with Adidas, Vodafone Egypt, and other companies.

Cars 

Lamborghini Aventador$417,820
Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe$76,500
Porsche 911 Turbo S$200,000
Bentley Bentayga$177,000
Audi Q7$55,800
Bentley Continental GT$92,952

Transfer Value and Records

Mohamed Salah’s market value by year is €70.00m.

Injury Record

2020-11-13 ~
11 days
Virus

2019-11-11 ~
11 days
Ankle/Foot Injury

2019-10-06 ~
16 days
Ankle/Foot Injury

2019-05-05 ~
6 days
Head Injury

2018-10-13 ~
6 days
Hamstring

2018-05-27 ~
8 days
Shoulder Injury

2018-04-05 ~
4 days
Groin/Pelvis Injury

2017-12-31 ~
12 days
Knee Injury

2022-03-13 ~
2 days
Ankle/Foot Injury

2022-05-14 ~
8 days
Groin/Pelvis Injury

2022-05-15 ~
6 days
Groin/Pelvis Injury

Personal Life

Mohamed Salah married Maggi in 2013. Makka, their daughter, was born in 2014. Her daughter was given the name “Makka” in honor of the Islamic holy city. Salah is a Muslim by faith. He frequently celebrates his accomplishments by performing the sujood. It’s his trademark goal celebration method.