Mohamed Salah made a big impact in his two years with Roma before leaving for Liverpool, as the Italian side’s farewell video package proved.
Salah signed a five-year deal with the Reds on Thursday, completing a £36.9 million move to Anfield that saw him become the club’s record signing.
Initially joining Roma on loan from Chelsea in 2015, the Egyptian signed a permanent deal at the beginning of the 2016/17, after impressing in his maiden campaign in Rome.
Honing his craft in Italy, Salah has developed into a top-level wide talent, as Roma’s parting video package proved.
Largely displaying Salah’s excellent finishing ability, it serves to highlight just how the winger can improve Jurgen Klopp‘s Liverpool.
Salah is capable of scoring from both inside and outside the box, adapting well in tight situations and beating goalkeepers with tidy, accurate finishes from all angles.
Perhaps most impressive was his second goal in Roma’s 5-0 win at home to Palermo in 2016, clipping past Fabrizio Alastra from an impossible angle after dashing forward onto the byline.
Liverpool’s new arrival will wear the No. 11 shirt previously occupied by Roberto Firmino, and joins Dominic Solanke as Klopp’s second signing of the summer.