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Salah has been on fire since moving to Anfield, scoring 27 goals in all competitions to become Liverpool's most important player under Jürgen Klopp.
But that is a far cry from when the diminutive winger left England in 2015 to join Fiorentina on loan having been frozen out at Chelsea by José Mourinho. A year later he left for good, joining Roma.
We look at how the 25-year-old has gone from being a flop at Stamford Bridge to one of the Premier League's best players in less than three years.