Mo Salah is well-known both on and off the field. In addition to leading Liverpool to the 2019 Champions League victory, the “Egyptian King” rose to prominence in Time Magazine’s list of the world’s most influential people due to his humanitarian endeavors.
Salah’s reputation extends beyond football, despite the fact that he plays the beautiful game as a means of support. Salah agreed to a new three-year deal earning about $415,000 a week with Liverpool in July 2022. The 30-year-old is worth $90 million in total.
Everyone is aware of Salah’s abilities on the field. Let’s examine the off-field spending of the three-time Premier League Golden Boot winner.
Mo Salah’s Cars
The leader of the Pharaohs of Egypt is not afraid to spend big money on fancy cars. The striker has two vehicles in his collection: a $200,000 Bentley Continental GT and a $228,000 white Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GLE Coupe. He primarily drives the latter vehicle to and from practice.
However, Salah’s $500,000 Lamborghini Aventador, which has a top speed of 218 mph, is his most valuable asset. He did, after all, play for AS Roma in Italy.
In addition, Salah has a $177,000 red Bentayga, Bentley’s first-ever SUV, which is a roomy car for his wife and two daughters. The Liverpool player used to support his growing family with an affordable Toyota Camry and an Audi Q7—not bad for a guy who once rode a nine-hour bus to practice.
The homes of Mo Salah
The Liverpool icon lives in a charming home that is tucked away in a residential area but still accessible to all the conveniences of the big metropolis. The two-story home has five or more bedrooms, a cutting-edge kitchen, and a patio and garden space.
The white accents and fairytale-like facade of the house contrast with the contemporary fixtures and appliances inside. In addition, he has several gyms with various exercise equipment and a home theater. One of the rooms features a cryotherapy chamber similar to Ronaldo’s, which helps hasten healing.
Our home has two rooms set aside for various exercise equipment and bodybuilding. I have access to a hyperbaric chamber at home where I can perform cryotherapy. I am constantly looking to improve my physical condition,” said the player, who often jokes his house resembles a hospital because of all the medical supplies.
Put forth a lot of work and have fun. It appears from Salah’s six-pack that he rarely takes a day off.
Salah also owns an opulent villa in Cairo and a cottage in his native Nagrig, Egypt. When burglars broke into the villa in the upscale Tagamoa neighborhood in March 2023, they were able to take cable TV receivers.
Mo Salah’s watches
Mo has been seen sporting a variety of pricey watches at important occasions and post-game gatherings, just like many other footballers including Kylian Mbappe, Harry Kane, and Son Heung-Min.
He also has a baby blue Audemares Piguet Royal Oak that was modified in red, green, and gold to commemorate the 2019 Premier League championship, a $88,000 Urwerk-105 Streamliner, and an 18k white gold Ulysse Nardin timepiece. Like his collection of trophies, his watch collection is still expanding.
Mo Salah’s charities and donations
Mo Salah is known for his philanthropic work. In 2018, the Mohamed Salah Charitable Foundation a school and hospital in Salah’s hometown of Nigrig — 65% of the town lives in poverty.
More recently, the Egyptian donated food to the city of Basyoun during the COVID-19 pandemic. And he donated $155,000 to rebuild Abu Seifein Church after it burnt down in August 2022. This generous act of charity is indicative of his character and further illustrates why he is so beloved by fans around the world.
Mo Salah’s investments
Mo Salah is also a keen businessman. In 2021, the striker started two real-estate companies — Salah UK Commercial and MOS Real Estate — valued at $10 million and another $2 million company maintaining investments in bricks and mortar.
The Egyptian took inspiration from former Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler whose real-estate investments have ballooned to $ 37 million after he wisely invested during his Premier League career.