Forbes estimated the value of the revenues that the Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player and the national team, receives annually at $ 41 million, equivalent to 643 million Egyptian pounds, in the latest report on the list of the top 10 paid players, whether from their clubs Or through the commercial rights enjoyed by the stars.
And Mohamed Salah was in fifth place in the list of the highest-income players in the world, after he was able to obtain an estimated salary of $ 25 million from his Liverpool team, in addition to 16 million in commercial and advertising revenues.
The Portuguese player, Cristiano Ronaldo, topped the list, the Manchester United player, who managed to achieve 125 million dollars, with 70 million annual salaries, in addition to 55 million commercial rights.
Mohamed Salah is the fifth highest paid player in the world
While the Argentinean Lionel Messi, the French player of Paris Saint-Germain, came in second place with 110 million dollars, with 75 million in salaries, in addition to 35 million in commercial rights.
In third place came the Brazilian player Neymar da Silva, the French player of Paris Saint-Germain, with 95 million dollars, including 75 million in salaries, in addition to 20 million commercial rights and advertisements.
In fourth place was the French player Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain, with a value of 43 million dollars, including 28 million in salaries and 15 commercial rights and other advertisements.
While he booked the sixth place behind Mohamed Salah, the Polish star Robert Lewandowski, the striker of the German team Bayern Munich, with a value of 35 million dollars, 27 million salaries, and 8 million commercial revenues.
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In seventh place was Andres Iniesta, worth $35 million, with a salary of 31 million, and 4 million commercial rights.
French star Paul Pogba, Manchester United midfielder, was in eighth place, with 34 million dollars, including 27 million salaries, and 7 million in commercial and advertising rights.
And Gareth Bale, the Real Madrid star, came in ninth with $ 32 million, including 27 million salary and 5 million advertising revenue.
In the tenth and last place, Eden Hazard was on the list with $29 million, including 26 million in salary, and 3 million in commercial and advertising rights.