Mohamed Salah would earn millions-per-month on an OnlyFans page according to research
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Mohamed Salah could make millions every month, if the Liverpool forward decided to start his very own OnlyFans page, according to research.
With just 10 games left of Liverpool's season, it looks like Salah will end up with his worst season personally for the Reds since joining them in 2017.
It was still a shock to see him dropped to the bench for Liverpool's game with Chelsea in midweek, especially after he'd scored in last weekend's shallacking by Manchester City.
Jurgen Klopp's decision to leave the Egyptian on the bench even led to one pundit claiming he believed it was a sign the manager had fallen out with his star player.
There has been some claims that it could be the end of his time at Anfield, with Barcelona reportedly interested in the former Roma forward, even though his agent has denied that he wants to go.
According to previous claims, the 30-year-old is on £350,000-a-week, making him one of the league's highest earning stars, but he doesn't even need to play football.
If Salah decided to call it a day on the football pitch, then he could use his massive social media to his advantage and earn literal millions.
Of course, the online content subscription service is best known for its use by those in the adult film industry, or those who post similar content, but it doesn't need to be used like that.
Content creators can post pretty much anything that someone is willing to pay for, so perhaps the Egyptian would provide health and fitness ideas, or teach skills?
Erling Haaland would also do pretty well out of the site, with the Norwegian having the ability to make himself a whopping £3.3 million every month.
The Manchester City star could soon be earning £2 million every four weeks from his contract with the Premier League club, after reports he's been offered a new deal.
Richarlison would make the third most money in the Premier League, with the Tottenham Hotspur forward's hypothetical OnlyFans worth £2.8 mil every 28 days.
The site has been used as a motivational tool for Napoli players recently, with one model on the site offering a 'naked bus tour' in the Italian city if the club can go all the way in the Champions League.