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. The 25-year-old also played a huge role in helping Egypt qualify for this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation, the country's first appearance in 28 years.More news: Gardai treating death of girl (14) as 'suspicious'
Salah scored 32 goals for the Reds in the 2017-18 season, earning him the coveted Golden Boot.
The "Egyptian Pharoah" as he is fondly called by his fans at Liverpool will now have his boots displayed in the museum's Egyptian collection.
Salah's boots will be displayed alongside other artifacts from ancient Egypt.More news: VEGAS MYSTERY: Paddock Ranted About 'FEMA CAMPS' Days Before Rampage
Neal Spencer, the museum's keeper of ancient Egypt and Sudan, said in a statement: "This acquisition brings the British Museum's world-famous Egyptian collection right up to date".
"The boots tell a story of a modern Egyptian icon, performing in the United Kingdom, with a truly global impact".
The boots will go on display in gallery 61 next week in the run-up to the Champions League final.More news: Congress' midnight drama at Supreme Court
Originally from Nagrir, in Northern Egypt, Salah has been praised for his impact both on and off the pitch this season.