Liverpool striker Mo Salah’s Cairo villa is ransacked by burglars who took electrical goods and valuables
- Liverpool star Mohamed Salah’s Cairo villa has been broken into
- The break-in was apparently noticed when his cousin walked past the property
- Liverpool are currently sixth in the table in the 2022/23 season
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah’s villa has reportedly been ransacked by burglars who took electrical goods and valuables.
The burglary at the winger’s £350,000-a-week home in Cairo, Egypt, was reported by the Egyptian daily.
It was alleged that the break-in was not noticed until 30-year-old Salah’s nephew passed the villa and saw an open window, according to The sun.
The family member contacted the police and went inside to discover items scattered on the floor of the burgled property.
It has not been confirmed which belongings were stolen, but Egyptian media said “electrical” items and “appliances” were taken.
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah’s villa has apparently been broken into, when his cousin found the house ransacked
Father of two Salah is an icon in his homeland – nicknamed ‘The Egyptian King’ and ‘The Pharaoh’. He is considered one of Egypt’s most famous sportsmen.
Police are reviewing CCTV footage and questioning security personnel looking for the robbers.
A source told Al-Ahram: “The surrounding surveillance cameras are being unloaded and the security personnel in charge of securing the place are being questioned.”
Meanwhile, the Cairo Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that they have opened a case as they investigate the break-in.
Liverpool are currently fifth in the table in the 2022/23 season – with two games to go ahead of Newcastle and Brighton in sixth and seventh
Sportsman Salah has invested in a hospital in his home country and even helped rebuild a church that burned down in 2022.
It’s because Liverpool are currently sixth in the 2022/23 season table – with two games to go ahead of Newcastle and Brighton in sixth and seventh.
They lost 1-0 to Bournemouth on Saturday, with Salah missing a penalty from the opposition.
Salah has made 38 appearances and scored 22 goals since signing for Liverpool in 2017, becoming the club’s leading goalscorer in the Premier League.
The Reds were also dumped out of the FA Cup with a 2–1 fourth round defeat to Brighton.