Better than Mbappe and Neymar

Mohamed Salah's shirt is the fourth best-selling shirt in the world

The sales of the Egyptian international shirt, Mohamed Salah, the English player of Liverpool, during the past year amounted to 816 thousand pieces, after which he booked the fourth place among the highest football players in the world behind the trio of Lionel Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi and Robert Lewandowski.

According to the "Liverpool Echo" newspaper, concerned with the affairs of the English club, Cristiano Ronaldo sold 1.5 million shirts around the world.

While Lionel Messi came second, whose shirts sold 1.2 million pieces last year, followed by Robert Lewandowski, who sold 970,000 pieces during the same year.

The report indicated that Mohamed Salah's shirt sales significantly outperform the two French stars, Kylian Mbappe and the Brazilian Neymar da Silva, both players of Paris Saint-Germain.

And Liverpool succeeded in selling about 1.95 million shirts in 2021, behind Bayern Munich and the Spanish leader, Real Madrid.

Mohamed Salah’s shirt sales represent 42% of Liverpool’s sales during one year, which prompted the British newspaper to ask about the losses that the Reds might make if Mohamed Salah did not renew, which could harm the financial returns he receives annually, which amount to 70 million pounds, by 30 values. Sponsorship of clothing other than 40 variables represents 20% of the value of team jerseys sales annually.

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