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Salah: I always try to win something for the club I play for

Liverpool new signing was subject to a quick Q&A session conducted by the club’s official channcel, .

Salah had completed his switch from Serie A side AS Roma to the Merseyside club last week for an initial fee of €42m which can go up to €50m if certain performance-related targets were met.

The transfer made the Egypt international the most expensive African player of all time, breaking the record previously set by his new teammate and Senegal international Sadio Mane when he joined Liverpool for €38,5m.

The 25-year-old was asked by LFC TV about some of the habits and rituals he does in his personal life:

Q: What is the first thing you do in the morning?

A: Smile and keep quiet for a couple of minutes.

Q: What makes you happy?

A: Honestly I think I am always happy, even the smallest thing would me happy.

Q: What makes you angry?

A: An important game.

Q: What makes you emotional?

A: When I score a goal.

Q: What was the last lie you told?

A: Lie? I never lie (laughs).

Q: Favourite English word?

A: Love.

Q: Favourite school subject?

A: I never enjoyed school, I always played football.

Q: Favourite noise?

A: The sound of my daughter.

Q: What is your best physical feature?

A: My hair and beard.

Q: What is your best day off?

A: Stay at home, relax, don’t talk to anyone, don’t do any interviews.

Q: Who is the greatest ever Egyptian?

A: Me (laughs).

Q: What is the best thing about football?

A: I think people who have a good life and respect each other.

Q: Biggest football ambition?

A: Have many titles in my career so I always try to fight and win something for any club, I hope I can do it here.

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