The British newspaper The Guardian revealed fictional details about the income of Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, who does not depend primarily on his salary with Liverpool.
The newspaper quoted Rami Abbas, the Egyptian international’s agent, in the study conducted by Harvard Business School on the Reds’ top scorer.
Abbas said: “Mohamed Salah’s contract with Liverpool is an incentive for him to earn at least one million pounds per week in total income.”
He talked about Salah’s approach to leaving Liverpool, and said: “The highest-paid player in the club’s history is close to leaving before the new contract, which lasts until 2025, is confirmed on July 1, 2022.”
He added: “When you put your requests on the table and do not get anything you asked for, you have to start thinking about parting.”
He continued: “If we find a way to get Liverpool to agree to the salary that we have in mind, and if Mohamed performs at the level he achieved in the past seasons, we conservatively expect the total amount that Mohamed will receive and the picture.” Human rights companies over the next few years of his playing contract and contracts. His image rights will range from 54 million euros [46.8 مليون جنيه إسترليني] And 62 million euros [53.7 مليون جنيه إسترليني] annually”.
The newspaper added: “The amount that Liverpool pays to Salah is not clear from the study, and club sources believe that he earns more from other parties, such as his commercial relationships with Adidas, the Bank of Alexandria in Egypt, PepsiCo, Gucci and the real estate brand Mountain View.”
Abbas says: “Now, Salah’s sources of income range from 4 million euros [3.5 مليون جنيه إسترليني] To 7 million euros [6.1 مليون جنيه إسترليني] Before his move to Liverpool, while joining the Reds was a game changer.
He continued: “Salah’s successful association with the club was a major game changer as the club not only led to a very lucrative playing contract, but also helped increase other sources of revenue, as it is not easy to see how Salah helped Liverpool perform well and emerge.” “More could lead to bonuses in his deals outside the club.”
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