- Mohamed Salah's incredible physique will excite Jurgen Klopp ahead of the club's pre-season tour which begins next week
- Salah's obsession to become the best makes him live a disciplined diet, eating pizza just once a month to maintain his fitness
- He played a whopping 51 games across all competitions in the 2021-22 campaign to underline his high level of fitness
Egypt and Liverpool talisman Mohamed Salah may have not resumed full-scale training with Liverpool but is looking in pristine condition ahead of pre-season.
The 29-year-old is a known fitness addict, admitting his thirst for fitness has led to the transformation of his home into a hospital.
In a photo posted on Twitter, seen by Sports Brief, Salah, who appears to be coming from a swimming stint looked incredibly shredded and ripped, showing off his six-pack.
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He will be looking to continue from where he left off last season, scooping home the Golden Boot award, PFA Player's Player of the Season and the FWA Footballer of the Season awards.
Salah sheds light on how he turned his home into a hospital
The 29-year-old attacker won a raft of personal accolades and played a pivotal in Liverpool's double-winning side in the just-concluded season.
Salah played a whopping 51 games in the 2021-22 campaign, 35 games in the Premier League, 13 in the Champions League, two in the FA Cup and one in the Carabao Cup to underline his high level of fitness.
Mohamed Salah finally signs Liverpool extension
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Mohamed Salah has finally extended his stay with Liverpool, signing a three-year contract after several months of negotiations with the club.
The Egyptian, who joined Liverpool from AS Roma in June 2017, signed a new long-term deal with the Reds which will see him stay at the club until June 2025.
According to English tabloid Daily Mirror, Mo Salah's new deal makes him the highest-paid player in the club's history with wages in excess of £350,000 per week.
Source: Sports Brief News