Mo Salah Liverpool salary rise: How much does he earn?

Mo Salah Liverpool salary rise: How much does he earn?

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The new deal for Mo Salah at Liverpool takes a considerable rise in his salary making him one of the top-paid players in the world.

Sadio Mane’s departure from Liverpool raised the question of whether Salah would leave Merseyside with one year left on his contract. But leaving all the transfer and contract speculations aside Liverpool and Mo Salah agreed to the new deal.

Salah put pen to paper on his contract extension which keeps the forward until 2025 at Anfield.

Rise in Salary of Mo Salah at Liverpool, but how much it is?

According to the report of The Athletic‘s James Pearce, Salah’s new salary worth around £350,000 a week in basic pay. However, his various bonuses put down into the deal could see the number rise “closer to £400,000 per week.”

Bonuses include his goals and assists which no doubt he will be producing week in and week out. Previously, the winger had his best-ever assist tally (15) and his joint-second best goal record (31) in the last campaign.

The 30-year-old now surpasses Kevin DeBryune in terms of the financial value of the weekly salary in the Premier League. Moreover, Liverpool No.11 is now in the elite company alongside Messi and Ronaldo.

Top 10 highest paid footballers in the world.

Salah’s estimated wages at £400,000 per week including incentives make him one of the top earners not just in the Premier League but globally as well.

The rise in salary of Salah in his new three-year deal makes a whole lot of change in the latest top earner’s list.

  1. Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint Germain– £1,000,000-a-week
  2. Lionel Messi, Paris Saint-Germain – £960,000-a-week
  3. Neymar, Paris Saint-Germain, £606,000-a-week
  4. Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United – £500,000-a-week
  5. Mohamed Salah, Liverpool – £400,000-a-week
  6.  Kevin De Bruyne, Manchester City – £385,000-a-week
  7. Erling Haaland, Manchester City – £375,000-a-week
  8. David de Gea, Manchester United – £375,000-a-week
  9. Antoine Griezmann, Atletico Madrid (on loan from Barcelona) – £356,000-a-week
  10. Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich – £350,000-a-week

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