Mohamed Salah as you've never seen him before as Liverpool star shows bold new look

Further images of Mohamed Salah's drastic new look have emerged online as the Liverpool star reports for international duty with Egypt.

Salah's final game of the 2023/24 season came against Wolves on May 19, though the forward will soon be back in action for his country as they continue their qualification campaign for the 2026 World Cup.

The Pharaohs will take on Burkina Faso on Thursday before facing Guinea Bissau on June 10 - two fixtures they will expect to win. Egypt currently sit top of their group after two games played, having taken maximum points.

Now back in his home country, new pictures of Salah's short hair have emerged and fans will take some time to get used to the new appearance of the Reds' No.11.

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The 31-year-old opted for a similar look at the start of the 2020/21 season, the majority of which was played behind closed doors, ensuring fans were never able to see this haircut in the flesh.

Liverpool supporters will be hoping their talisman remains at the club this summer, having been heavily linked with a move to Saudi Arabia this time last year. The Reds rejected an offer worth £150million from Al-Ittihad for Salah and interest from the Middle East is expected to be renewed in the coming weeks.

The Saudi Pro League’s chief football executive, Michael Emenalo, recently made clear the 2019 Champions League winner, as well as Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, precisely meet the profile of player they are looking to bring to the division, telling The Telegraph: "It does help that on a public level, their performance is there, their quality is indisputable…

"All things being equal, which means their clubs, the players, management, our situation, our stakeholders and everybody, these are the type of players that can significantly improve what we’re trying to do. There’s no hiding away from that.”