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Top 10 highest-paid footballers in world as Liverpool star Mohamed Salah hits £35m mark

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Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is now the fifth highest-earning footballer in the world when salary and endorsements are included, according to a new report.

Analysts at US sports business website Sportico looked at the highest-paid players across world football through a combination of both their weekly wage and also the value of the commercial endorsement deals that they had in place.

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Salah, 30, penned a new three-year deal with the Reds during the summer, putting an end to more than a year of speculation surrounding his Anfield future, with reports suggesting his weekly wage was now in excess of £350,000, a sum of just over £18m per year.



His position as the most prominent Muslim football in the world and one of African football's greatest players past or present makes him a hugely marketable proposition for some firms looking to establish themselves in territories where Salah commands huge popularity.

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Salah was identified in 2017 as having all the necessary attributes to thrive in a Jurgen Klopp system and the Reds paid an initial £36.5m for his services in a deal that proved to be a bargain as he raised the bar upon his arrival at Anfield and embarked on a remarkable run that has seen him bag 163 goals in 263 game.
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