The vice-president of the local municipality of Mecca, Fahd Al-Rowky, announced Monday that he plans to offer the Egyptian player Mohamed Salah a piece of land in Mecca, the holiest holy city of Islam.
The Saudi online newspaper “Sabq” reports that this gift will be offered to him for winning the title of best player in the Premier League and for having inspired and honors the Arab world.
Selon le média saoudien @sabqorg, Mo Salah pourrait se voir recevoir un terrain à La Mecque. Fahd Al-Rowky, vice-président de la municipalité de La Mecque, a déclaré que Mo Salah est un représentant idéal de l'Islam au R-U par sa conduite exemplaire et ses actions caritatives. pic.twitter.com/acOZ87Gas1
— God Save The Foot (@GodSaveTheFoot) April 25, 2018
“There are many ways to offer land. The terms will be determined between Captain Mohamed Salah and the Saudi regime, “said Fahd Al-Rowky.
“If the Kingdom authorizes Salah to own the land, he will be awarded a parcel. The other option is that a mosque bearing his name be built on the territory of Mecca, “he added.
The Egyptian striker has been crowned best player in the Premier League thanks to his outstanding performance this season.
Salah has conquered the hearts of football fans because of his charitable ways and actions, in addition to his footballing skills. The world spared no effort to show his love for the new star.
A Lebanese square Falafel in Liverpool has announced that it will distribute free meals for each goal registered by Salah and for this Ramadan, there will be Mo Salah lanterns.
The Gulf countries sometimes offer land parcels to footballers as a reward. Last January, Sultan Qaboos bin Said, leader of Oman, donated money and plots of land to the national team players as a thank you for winning the Arab Gulf Cup held in Kuwait.