When Liverpool paid the thick end of £37million to sign Mo Salah from Roma, eyebrows were raised. Six months and 27 goals later, they're still raised but for altogether different reasons.

In an inflated transfer market, the Reds got incredible value for money, paying £8million less for the Egyptian than rivals Everton forked out to nab Gylfi Sigurðsson from Swansea City.

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.

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