After Salah’s contract is renewed, find out the list of the highest paid players in football

Liverpool announced on Friday the signing of a new ‘long-term’ contract with their Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, who joined the ranks in 2017.

Liverpool have not announced the amount and duration of Salah’s contract, but English media have reported that the new contract will allow the Egyptian pharaoh to remain at Anfield until 2025.

And the English newspaper The Daily Mail reported that Salah’s salary had risen to £400,000 a week after the extension, making him the highest paid in Liverpool’s history.

Only the Paris Saint-Germain trio, France’s Kylian Mbappe, Argentina star Lionel Messi and Brazil’s Neymar da Silva now surpass Salah as the highest paid players in the world of football.

Mbappe tops the list of the highest paid players in the world with a weekly salary of one million pounds, followed by his teammate Messi with 960k, followed by Neymar with 606k.

Salah finished fourth on the list, surpassing Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo, the Manchester United star, who dropped to fifth with a weekly wage of £385,000, equal to Belgian Kevin de Bruyne’s at Manchester City.

And Manchester City newcomer Norwegian international Erling Haaland finished seventh on £375,000, the same as Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea of ​​Spain.

France’s Antoine Griezmann, on loan from Barcelona to Atlético Madrid, finished ninth with a £356,000-a-week salary, while Bayern Munich striker Polish international Robert Lewandowski rounded out the top ten highest-paid players in the world according to 350 thousand pounds per week.


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