Khamis Al Ghajar, a Syrian child with special needs, enjoys the joy of getting a Liverpool shirt and soccer shoes bearing the signature of the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, after he lost his right leg after being bombed in Syria.
Khamis (eight years) had taken refuge in Rihanli district, in the state of Hatay in southern Turkey, with his family to receive treatment in it, and to replace an artificial leg instead of his leg amputated a year and a half ago after the Syrian regime bombed Idlib.
The story of the child was heard by a British-based businessman, known for his love for the Egyptian star, which prompted him to give him a reds shirt and shoes bearing the signature of Liverpool's top scorer.
Khamis expressed his deep sorrow for his inability to play the ball after losing his right leg, confirming his great love for Salah and his desire to meet him.
He indicated that he plans to play for the Turkish national team for people with special needs.