What is Mohamed Salah’s Net Worth and Salary?
Upon joining Liverpool in 2017 for a fee of £36.5 million, Salah penned a £90,000 per week salary deal spanning for 3 years. In 2022 he signed a contract extension to keep him at Anfield up to 2025 and earn £350,000 per week.
The contract extension made Salah one of the best paid football players in the premier league rubbing shoulders with the likes of Erling Haaland, Kevin Debruyne , Erling Haaland and Jack Grealish who are the best earning players in EPL.
Celebrity Net Worth estimates Mo Salah net worth to be $80 million which is a surge from a mere $3 million at time of joining Liverpool. He is one of the richest footballers in the world today.
What Sponsorship deals does Mohamed Salah have?
Salah is considered one of the best footballers in the world, and has attracted several endorsement deals from various brands. Here are some of the known endorsement deals that he has signed:
Mohamed Salah has been an ambassador for Adidas since 2018. He has been seen wearing Adidas boots on the field, and has also appeared in promotional campaigns for the brand.
Salah has a long-standing endorsement deal with Vodafone Egypt, a telecommunications company. He has appeared in several advertisements for the brand, including a series of commercials alongside other celebrities.
In 2019, Salah signed an endorsement deal with Pepsi, a global soft drink brand. He appeared in a commercial for the brand, alongside other footballers such as Lionel Messi and Paul Pogba.
Salah has also signed an endorsement deal with Uber, a ride-hailing company. He has appeared in promotional campaigns for the brand, and has also been featured on their website.
In 2020, Salah signed a partnership agreement with DHL, a logistics company. The partnership involves Salah featuring in DHL’s advertising and social media campaigns, as well as making public appearances on behalf of the company.
According to Forbes, Salah was 34th on Forbes annual list of the world’s highest-paid athletes 2020 earning $37 million – $24 from salary and $13 million from endorsements.
He was the 5th highest earning soccer player behind Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe consecutively