Mohamed Salah reveals his profession after retiring from the ball .. "If I die now, I will be happy."

Liverpool and Egyptian football star Mohamed Salah revealed his plans after retiring from football, and said: "I will work in something related to football or business management. I do not know if I will buy a club."

Salah confirmed that he worked on developing his mentality in order to succeed in his professional career, stressing that one of his goals was to make everyone believe in his chance to achieve his dream.

Salah spoke during his hosting of the "Her Excellency" program with Esaad Younes, saying: "If I die now, I will be happy because I achieved my goal by motivating everyone to believe in his ability to achieve his goals and dreams."

He explained, "There are no words to describe my feeling of joy because there is hope for people, since I left the Arab Contractors and became a professional in Switzerland. I faced problems because I did not speak English, and I sat down with myself and said, Do I want to return to Egypt after two months, like any professional and did not achieve Something? Or should I continue and succeed? And I decided to continue succeeding."

And Mohamed Salah added, "In order for this to happen, I had to focus on several things, including human development, and I wondered whether talent only achieves goals, or does one have to develop oneself by working on the capabilities of the mind."

He continued: "7 years ago, if you asked anyone, do you expect any Egyptian player to compete for the award for the best player in the world, he would say no, but today he will say yes."

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