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Mohamed Salah enjoys a sun-soaked holiday on the beaches of Greek island Mykonos after signing his new £400,000-a-week deal at Liverpool

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Mohamed Salah enjoys a sun-soaked holiday on the beaches of Greek island Mykonos after signing his new £400,000-a-week deal at Liverpool

Mohamed Salah is known for playing football happily, yet nowadays he should smile from one ear to another from first light until sunset.

The Egyptian hotshot was seen partaking in a radiant summer occasion on the famous Greek island of Mykonos.

Salah was spotted among the crowds partaking in his time at Principote ocean side as he recuperates from a tiresome football season in which he played 51 matches for Liverpool and furthermore addressed Egypt at the Africa Cup of Nations.

As well as the rest and unwinding, Salah will be getting back to pre-season preparing on Merseyside with the long-running adventure of his future settled after he put pen to paper on another three-year manage Liverpool worth a faltering £400,000 every week.

Salah had entered the last a year of his ongoing terms, which were endorsed in July 2018, however following quite a while of dealings Liverpool and Salah have come to an understanding that will see him stay at Anfield until June 2025.

He is presently the best paid player in Liverpool’s set of experiences, but on the other hand is one of the club’s most noteworthy ever players.

Salah has been instrumental to the Reds ongoing achievement, having scored 156 objectives in 254 appearances, as well as aiding guide the team to last season’s FA Cup and Carabao Cup wins.

Salah was happy to get his new arrangement concurred and told the club site: ‘I feel perfect and [I am] eager to win trophies with the club. It’s a cheerful day for everybody.

‘It requires a smidgen of investment, I think, to restore, yet presently everything is finished so we simply have to zero in on what’s straightaway.

‘I figure you can find in the last five or six years the team was continuously going [upwards]. Last season we were near winning four, however sadly somewhat recently of the season we lost two trophies.

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