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Egyptian-born Liverpool soccer star Mohamed Salah has been ranked as the second highest-valued player in the world, according to CIES Football Observatory—using an algorithm that “takes into account a wide array of variables such as age, contract, position, minutes, goals, international status, team results, etc.”

The Egyptian produced another influential season at Liverpool, scoring 27 goals and enjoying Champions League redemption after his Kyiv heartbreak last year.

In the newly released figures, Salah is rated at a whopping £195 million, finishing second behind PSG’s Kylian Mbappe (£224m) and ahead of former Reds youngster Raheem Sterling (£184.7m), who is third.

Sadio Mane (£140.2m) is sixth on the list, behind Lionel Messi (£148.8m) and Jadon Sancho (£141.6m) and Roberto Firmino is eighth (£128.1m).

Alisson (£95.5m) is the highest-ranked goalkeeper, following an outstanding first season at Anfield, while Trent Alexander-Arnold (£115.7m) tops the pile when it comes to defenders.

Virgil van Dijk (£99.6m), Andy Robertson (£78.5m), Fabinho (£76.7m), Gini Wijnaldum (£67.4m), Naby Keita (£61.2m) and Joe Gomez (£60.2m) also make the top 100.

It further outlines what a special squad Klopp has assembled—they are a young group, too, so there is no reason why they shouldn’t improve further.

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