Salah, who has scored 41 goals in all competitions this season, won the PFA Player of the Year award Sunday. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
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LIVERPOOL, England: His departure rescued Roma. His arrival revitalized Liverpool. When the two clubs meet over two legs in the Champions League semifinals, the matches will also serve as a celebration of Mohamed Salah, a player who means more to Roma and Liverpool than they could ever have imagined.The Egypt winger left Roma for Liverpool in June last year for 42 million euros ($50 million). Selling Salah was a wrench. He contributed to 26 goals (scored 15, set up 11) in Serie A in the final season of his 18 months in the Italian capital, second only to Jose Callejon of Napoli. Salah Sunday collected the Player of the Year award in English football, which is voted for by his fellow professionals, after a stunning first season at Liverpool in which he has scored 41 goals in all competitions.Salah now is potentially worth four times more than Liverpool bought him for.
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