The Egyptian government is reportedly considering making a huge and historic decision regarding Liverpool star Mohamed Salah's career.
The Reds' attacker has had a meteoric rise to the top in his second spell in the Premier League, and has gone on to claim two African Footballer of the Year awards among his long list of achievements.
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The 29-year-old is also edging closer to surpassing Didier Drogba's Premier League record of 104 goals – he is now just one strike shy of equalling that feat and becoming the joint-highest-scoring African player in EPL history.
Salah has also won a UEFA Champions League, a UEFA Super Cup, a FIFA Club World Cup, a Premier League and two Swiss Super League titles, as well as a host of individual accolades.
With the highly-decorated Egyptian having rapidly become an icon in his home country, it has now been reported that his nation's minister of education, Tarek Shawki, is considering making a landmark decision about the player's illustrious career.
According to Egyptian news outlet KingFut, Shawki has revealed that he is open to including the 2019/20 Premier League winner's journey to the top in students' school books in the country.
"We get a lot of recommendations to include impressive individual journeys to school books, adding Salah's story is a possibility," Shawki said.
The ex-Roma forward is once again in high-flying form this season, having already scored nine goals in nine games across all competitions for the Reds.
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