Mohamed Salah has yet again displayed his remarkable attitude with a heartfelt gesture to the place where it all started for him.
The Egyptian has hardly put a foot wrong since signing for Liverpool from Roma in the summer, and taken no time in demonstrating why he is such a popular figure.
Salah recently led Egypt to the World Cup finals with a dramatic stoppage time penalty to secure a decisive 2-1 win over Congo.
He was subsequently offered a luxury villa as a reward by Egyptian businessman Mamdouh Abbas, only to turn down the gift and request a favour of his own.
The winger instead asked Abbas to make a donation to his home village in Egypt, according to the Liverpool Echo.
It’s been quite a couple of months for Salah, who led his country to the World Cup for the first time since 1990 and won the Player of the Month and Goal of the Month awards at Liverpool for both August and September.
He has persisted to be a standout positive in a difficult start to the season for the Reds, settling down quickly on Merseyside and immediately thriving in Jurgen Klopp’s system.
Less than three months into the campaign, he is already looking an inspired signing.
Tuesday’s Champions League win over NK Maribor served as further evidence of that, with Salah scoring a brace and assisting another to help the Reds to a 7-0 win.
Liverpool’s big-money summer signing continues to make the headlines for all the right reasons.