Mohamed Salah Net Worth 2022 – Biography, Age, Wife, Height

The Biography of Mohamed Salah.  

Mohamed Salah. His full name is Mohamed Salah  Ghaly. He is often called Mo Salah and Egyptian  

King. Mohamed Salah is a professional football player from Egypt. Among the numerous African  

professional football players making the continent proud in faraway Europe, Mohamed Salah stands out.  

He currently plays as a forward for Liverpool  (an English club) and the Egypt National Team.  

Salah was given birth on June 15, 1992, in  Nagrig, Egypt. His parents were of middle-class  

social status. Mohamed Salah was declared a failure in academics which was of huge concern to his  

parents. Salah focused on football after finding out he could not strike a balance  

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between academics and football. Young Mohamed Salah began  his club career with the Egyptian Premier League side  

El Mokawloon SC, debuting for the senior team in  2010. Salah continued to become a regular face  

for El Mokawloon until the Egyptian Premier League  was suspended following a stadium riot in February  

  1. Swiss football club side had been interested in Salah, monitoring his activities for a while.  

Finally, in April 2012, Salah agreed to a four-year contract with the Swiss side.  

Salah’s debut season was quite successful,  advancing to the Europa League semi-finals  

as well as claiming the Swiss Super League season and emerging runners-up in the Swiss Cup.  

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Following Salah’s performance against Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League, it was announced  

that Salah had agreed to a deal that will bring him to London. The deal was reported  

to be worth around 11 million pounds. The move was finally sealed three days after the announcement.  

Salah debuted for Chelsea as a substitute in the premier league on February 8, 2014. On February 2,  

2015, before the end of the transfer season,  Chelsea loaned Salah for an 18-month period to  

Serie A side, Fiorentina. Salah chose the no. 74  jersey in honor of the port said stadium riot  

victim in Egypt. Sarah debuted for Fiorentina as a  65th-minute substitute in a victory over Atlanta.  

Salah was a really great addition to the  Fiorentina squad helping them prevail over  

formidable opponents. At the end of  the season, Fiorentina wanted to make  

Salah’s 18-month loan was permanent, which  Salah refused and opted to join Roma.  

Loan to A.S. Roma. In August 2016, Salah joined  Roma for a season worth about 5 million Euros.  

Salah also had a successful run with Roma which earned him Player of the season.  

Salah also finished the season as the A.S. Roma’s top scorer. In 2016, Roma made Salah’s deal  

permanent. Salah agreed to a move to Liverpool in June 2017, worth an initial 42 million euros  

which could increase to 50 million euros. Salah was Liverpool’s first Egyptian signing. In his  

debut for Liverpool, he scored in a 3-3 draw against Watford. That August, Salah was awarded  

Liverpool’s Player of the month for his remarkable performance. Salah had a successful run for the  

remainder of the season. Salah broke Liverpool’s record for scoring 36 times in his debut season.  

He became the leading goalscorer in Europe’s top fiver beating Lionel Messi and Harry Kane to  

the feat. Salah had been named to the PFA Team of the Year. Salah helped Liverpool to the Champions  

League Final against Real Madrid where he was substituted after suffering a shoulder injury  

in the 30th minute. On July 2, 2018, Salah signed a long-term contract with Liverpool.  

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Salah is known to be a Muslim. Growing up in a modest three-story house, a stone’s throw  

from a football pitch, Salah was the eldest of four children. Salah Ghaly is his father’s name.  

Finally, his father has an interest in football and also has been working behind the scenes to ensure that Salah has  

a successful football career. He got married to his wife, Maggi, on December 17, 2013, in  

his hometown Nagrig. Together, they gave birth to their daughters, Makka in 2014 and Kayan in 2020.

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