The British Museum houses the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world, and next week, the collection will grow by one as the 25-year-old Egyptian striker's Adidas boots are put on display.
"We've made an exciting new acquisition!" the museum posted on Twitter.
Salah also played a key role in Egypt's qualification for the World Cup and is set to feature for them in Russian Federation this summer.
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Salah, who was named the PFA Players' Player of the Year for his Premier League performances, has also been nominated for the PFA's fans prize.
Neal Spencer, assistant keeper of the museum's Ancient Egypt and Sudan department, said the boots were an important exhibition of modern Egyptian history.
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They boots are set to be on display in London next week, in the gallery 61 section. ahead of the meeting with Madrid.
The Egypt worldwide has been earning huge amounts of praise for his strong form for the Merseyside outfit this season after his move to Anfield from AS Roma last summer.
Salah has scored 44 goals in 51 appearances in all competitions this season, and will get the chance to add to that tally when Liverpool face Real Madrid in the Champions League final on May 26. Muslim leaders claim his success is helping tackle Islamophobia.
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Benitez - who guided Newcastle to a 10th-placed finish in the Premier League - has a £ 6million release clause in his contract. Benitez's representatives are in discussions with managing director Lee Charnley.