He scored 23 goals in 54 league games during his three years at Independiente before joining Atletico Madrid in 2006, where he reached his full ability. Despite dietary difficulties, he took his time adapting in Spain, where he played only behind Atletico Madrid’s then-main striker Fernando Torres in his first season. Torres joined Liverpool at the conclusion of the 2006/07 season, when he formed one of the club’s most dangerous combinations alongside Uruguayan Diego Forlan.
Mohamed Salah Ghaly (born 15 June 1992) is an Egyptian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Liverpool in England and the Egyptian national team.
Salah began his professional career in the Egyptian Premier League with local club El Mokawloon in 2010, before moving on to Basel for an unknown price. In Switzerland, he shined, earning the league title in his rookie season and the SAFP Golden Player Award.
Salah’s achievements drew the attention of Premier League club Chelsea, and he later signed for the club for a price of £11 million in 2014. He was, however, utilized little in his rookie season and was permitted to go on loan to Serie A clubs Fiorentina and Roma, with the latter finally buying him permanently for €15 million.
Salah returned to the Premier League to sign for Liverpool for a then-club-record cost of £36.9 million in 2017 after consecutive match-winning performances in Rome helped them to a second-place finish and a record points-tally. During his second tenure in England, Salah transformed his game from that of a natural winger to that of a full-fledged striker, soon becoming the focal point of the club.
He would go on to shatter the club’s scoring record for a rookie season, as well as become the only player ever to win three Premier League Player of the Month honors in the same season. He was also selected to the 2017–18 PFA Team of the Year and the 2017–18 PFA Players’ Player of the Year, as well as the Premier League Golden Boot after scoring 32 goals in 36 league appearances.
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