MOHAMED SALAH has shown exactly what the doctor ordered the residents of his hometown … by purchasing an ambulance center.
The Liverpool star has previously paid for a series of local installations at her Egyptian birthplace, Nagrig.
Medical emergencies have recently increased in the Middle East nation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Salah, 28, has donated £ 30,000 to build the ambulance station, which will serve 30,000 people locally.
Regional Mayor Tarek Rahmy and player Salah Ghaly’s father opened the center in a ceremony last week.
Salah previously searched his pockets to provide Nagrig with a girls’ school, sports facilities, medical equipment, and land to build a sewage treatment plant.
He donated tons of food during the pandemic and paid to rebuild a bomb-damaged cancer hospital.
In 2017 Liverpool No. 11 also donated £ 27,000 to help the Egyptian Veterans Players Association, which provide support to former footballers struggling to make ends meet.
And the striker’s generosity was also evident in Merseyside last month, when he paid for everyone else’s fuel while filling his car at a Sainsburys gas station.
Salah has scored 21 goals in 42 games this season to help the Jurgen Klopp Reds win the first league title in 30 years.