Central – After extending Salah’s contract, here is the list of the highest paid players in football

Liverpool announced on Friday the signing of a new “long-term” contract with Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, who joined its ranks in 2017.

Liverpool did not disclose the value and duration of Salah’s contract, but English media revealed that the new contract would keep the Egyptian pharaoh at Anfield until 2025.

Only the trio of Paris Saint-Germain, France international Kylian Mbappe, Argentine star Lionel Messi and Brazilian Neymar da Silva are now superior to Salah in the list of highest paid players in football.

Mbappe tops the list of the world’s highest paid players with a weekly salary of £1million, followed by his teammate Messi at 960,000, followed by Neymar at 606k.

Salah finished fourth in the list, surpassing Portuguese Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo, who dropped to fifth place, with a weekly salary of £385,000, which is the same as Belgian Kevin De Bruyne’s salary at Manchester City.

And Manchester City’s newcomer, Norwegian international Erling Haaland, came in seventh with a £375,000 salary, the same wage paid by Manchester United goalkeeper Spaniard David de Gea.

Frenchman Antoine Griezmann, on loan from Barcelona to Atletico Madrid, finished in ninth place, with a salary of £356,000 a week, and Bayern Munich striker, Polish international Robert Lewandowski, completed the list of the ten highest paid players in the world. by gaining 350 thousand pounds a week.