Mo Salah got an official mural treatment in Liverpool. British artist John Culshaw immortalized the Egyptian King in a painting near stadium.

One of the designs mimics Salah's iconic moment against earlier this season when fans threw a flare onto the pitch after the player scored in a 4-1 victory over the Merseyside rivals at Goodison Park.

The other side of the building shows Salah's iconic celebration during the 2-1 victory at Manchester City in the 2018 Champions League.

Where to find the ?

Fans can see the stunning painting on Anfield Road right across from The King Bar.

The mural follows in the footsteps of other landmarks depicting Liverpool players Trent-Alexander Arnold and Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson, both completed by different artists.

Salah also has a mural dedicated to him in New York's Times Square.

Will the Egyptian superstar extend his contract at Liverpool?

Salah's future remains in doubt after he rejected a recent contract extension at Liverpool, demanding a higher salary. He's currently linked with a move to Barcelona.

However, the Liverpool faithful remains hopeful that the club and player will find a solution. Salah is the Reds' 9th all-time leading goalscorer with 153 strikes in 239 appearances.

The 29-year-old sits just five behind Michael Owen and leads the race for the PL Golden Boot this season with 20 goals.