Mohamed Salah Net Worth 2024

Mohamed Salah's Net Worth as of May 2024 is
$90 million

Mohamed Salah is an Egyptian football player who plays as a forward for both the Egyptian national team and the Premier League club Liverpool. He was born and raised in Gharbia, Egypt, and has been a good football player since he was young.

He is best known for his speed, moves, dribbles, ball control, and finishing. Salah is often called the Egyptian Messi because of the way he plays. He began his career as a member of the Egyptian club El Mokawloon’s youth team.

Soon, he moved up to the club’s top team, which managed to play in the “Egyptian Premier League” in 2010. He has also played for FC Basel in Switzerland, Chelsea in the Premier League, and Fiorentina and Roma in Seria A.

Salah won the Premier League Golden Boot in his first season at Liverpool, when he scored 32 goals in 36 league games. He also set a record for Liverpool by scoring 44 goals in all competitions in his first season and in a single season. In 2017-18, he was named PFA Players’ Player of the Year, FWA Footballer of the Year, Premier League Player of the Season, and Liverpool Player of the Season. He also won the FIFA Puskas Award for 2018.

Mohamed Salah’s Early Life

Mohamed Salah Ghaly is Salah’s full name. He was born in Nagrig, Egypt, on June 15, 1992. He first played football at Ittihad Basyoun, a local club. He played for Othmason Tanta in 2005. Salah began playing football as a kid in El Mokawloon in 2006.

What is Mohamed Salah’s Salary?

In June 2017, Liverpool paid a club record 42 million euros to get Salah. He receives a weekly wage of £350,000 and a yearly salary of £18,200,000 at Liverpool.

If he keeps up his amazing work, he will make a lot more money in the years to come. Salah has a deal with Adidas, Vodafone Egypt, and other companies. Most of the time, he drives an Audi Q7.

Career Earnings:

YearWeekly WageYearly SalaryClubPositionLeagueAgeContract Expiry
2022£350,000£18,200,000LiverpoolAM RL, STPremier League3030-06-2025
2021£225,000£11,700,000LiverpoolAM RL, STPremier League2930-06-2023
2020£200,000£10,400,000LiverpoolAM, STPremier League2830-06-2023
2019£200,000£10,400,000LiverpoolAM RL, STPremier League2730-06-2023
2018£200,000£10,400,000LiverpoolAM RL, STPremier League2630-06-2023
2017£120,000£6,240,000LiverpoolAM RL, STPremier League2530-06-2022
2016£107,000£5,564,000AS RomaAM RL, STSerie A2429-06-2019
2015£86,000£4,472,000AS RomaAM RLCSerie A2329-06-2019
2014£29,000£1,508,000ChelseaAM RLCSerie A2229-06-2019

Car Collection

Bentley Continental GT£160K
Lamborghini Aventador£271K
Mercedes AMG GLE Coupe£65K
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster£176K
Toyota Camry£29k


El Mokawloon

Salah made his debut with the senior team in 2010 for the El Mokawloon club in the Egyptian Premier League. He scored his first goal in December of that year.

After the violent protest at Port Said Stadium in February 2012, the Egyptian Football Association called off the rest of the 2011-12 season.

In April 2012, Salah was signed by FC Basel.


In April 2012, Basel, a team in the Swiss Super League, signed Salah to a four-year deal. Salah first played in the Swiss League in August 2012.

In his first season, Salah won the Swiss Super League and came in second place in the Swiss Cup. Salah helped Basel win the 2013 Uhrencup.


In January 2014, Salah became the first Egyptian player to sign for the Premier League club Chelsea. The deal was said to be worth around 11 million pounds.

Salah made his Premier League debut against Newcastle, and in March 2014, he scored his first goal for Chelsea against Arsenal in a London derby.

Before the start of the 2014–15 Chelsea season, Salah didn’t have to do his required military service for Egypt. This was thanks to Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab and Minister of Higher Education and Egyptian National Manager Shawky Gharib.

Eden Hazard switched from number 17 to number 10 on his shirt. Salah got the shirt number that was left open. He wore shirt number 15 before.

Salah did not play much for Chelsea while Jose Mourinho was in charge. Salah went to Fiorentina on loan from Chelsea.


In February 2015, Fiorentina got Salah on loan from Chelsea for 18 months in exchange for Juan Cuadrado.

Salah chose shirt number 74 at Fiorentina to honor the people who died in the violent protest at the Port Said Stadium.

Salah made his first appearance in Serie A in February and scored his first goal against Sassuolo in the same month.

Fiorentina tried to make Salah’s loan move to their team permanent, but Salah didn’t want to stay.


In August 2015, Salah was loaned to another Serie A team, AS Roma, for 5 million euros.

At the club, Salah wore shirt number 11.

Salah made his club debut against Hellas Verona in August and scored his first goal against Sassuolo in September.

At the end of the season, Salah had 15 goals, 14 of which were in the league, and six assists. He was named Player of the Season.

In August 2016, Roma made Salah’s move permanent for what was said to be a fee of 15 million euros.

On November 6, 2016, against Bologna, Salah scored his first hat trick for a club.

Salah took over for Francesco Totti as captain in the last game of the season on May 28, 2017, against Genoa. It was the last game he played for the team.


Salah came back to the Premier League after agreeing to play for Liverpool. He was the first Egyptian player to join the club.

In June 2017, Liverpool paid a club record of 42 million euros to get Salah.

Salah got the number 11 shirt that Roberto Firminho wore. Firminho changed to number 9 on his shirt.

Salah first played for the team in August and scored in his first game.

In December 2017, Liverpool became the first team in Premier League history to win four away league games in a row by at least three goals.

Salah set a club record by scoring 32 goals in 38 games in a single season. He also won the Premier League Golden Boot award for the season.

Liverpool beat Roma, and for the first time in eleven years, they are in the Champions League final. Salah hurt his left shoulder during a tackle by Sergio Ramos in the 30th minute of the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final against Real Madrid. He left the field in tears. Liverpool lost 3-1 in the final.

In his second year at Liverpool, Salah kept up his good play. At the end of the 2018–19 season, he had scored 22 goals in the league and 27 goals overall. He also won the Golden Boot for the Premier League.

In the 2018-19 season, Liverpool finished second in the Premier League, 97 points behind Manchester City.

Liverpool made it to the final of the UEFA Champions League for the second year in a row. Even though they lost the previous final to Real Madrid of Spain, Liverpool beat Tottenham in the final to win the Champions League Trophy. It was Liverpool’s sixth time to win the Champions League.

International Career

Salah used to play for the Egyptian national team when he was younger.

Salah played his first game for the senior Egypt team against Sierra Leone in September 2011. On October 8, 2011, he scored his first goal for the senior team against Nigeria in a qualifying game for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.

When Egypt qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 1990, it was thanks to Salah’s heroic play that they were able to do so.

Salah was not fully ready to play for the Pharaohs at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia because he hurt his shoulder in the final of the 2018 Champions League against Real Madrid.

Salah scored two goals in the World Cup, but Egypt lost all three of their games in the group stage.

Who is Mohamed Salah married to?

In 2013, Mohamed Salah married Maggi. Makka, their daughter, was born in 2014. The name “Makka” was given to her daughter to honor the Islamic holy city. Salah is a Muslim. Whenever he scores a goal, he often does the sujood to celebrate. It’s how he always celebrates a goal.