Today, Liverpool FC officially signs winger Mohamed Salah on a £39M transfer fee. He will make £90,000 a week and will wear the number 11 on his back. Signing Salah makes him the biggest transfer deal in Liverpool’s history beating out the Andy Carroll deal (£35M).
Furthermore, Salah will provide excellent pace to the Liverpool attack, plus he will be the perfect piece to help the explosive Sadio Mane, who joined from Southampton for a similar fee last summer. These two are very fast and will keep the defense on their toes.
In addition, he scored 19 goals in 41 games and provided a further 12 assists for Roma last season, establishing himself as one of the most effective creative forces in Europe.
Also, Dominic Solanke has already joined from Chelsea, making for a potentially fearsome front three at Anfield next season.
Finally, The 25-year-old has been Jurgen Klopp’s main transfer target to add more pace and creativity to his attack for the past year. Now, Klopp is building himself a fearsome attack for many seasons to come.