Egypt and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah won the Liverpool Player of the Month award for December, sweeping up the award for the fourth time in five months since joining the Reds.
Salah participated in all seven of Liverpool’s matches in December, scoring five goals and assisting three.
Salah contributed to goals scored in all the seven matches in December, exceptagainst West Bromich, which ended as a stalemate.
Salah has a memorable 2017, leading the Egyptian national team to qualify for the 2018 Russia World Cup, after 28 years of absence from the tournament.
Salah also won a poll for the 2017 Arab player of the year, launched by the beIN Sports channel on Twitter in December.
The Egyptian star was also crowned the Premier League Player of the Month for November.
He competed for the prize against Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling from league leaders Manchester City, Burnley’s Robbie Brady, Ashley Young from Manchester United, Chelsea winger Eden Hazard, and Arsenal’s Shkodran Mustafi.
Salah has also secured the BBC’s African Footballer of the Year award.
To cap off a sweep of awards and an excellent year, Salah won the CAF’s best African player of the year.
According to English media reports, Spanish giants Real Madrid want Salah to join their team in the summer transfer window, with a deal rumored to be worth 100 million euros.