Liverpool football star Mo Salah's boots will be displayed "amidst the statues of ancient pharaohs" at the Egyptian collection in the world-famous British Museum.
The adidas X17 Deadly Strike boots have been donated to the museum to celebrate the Egyptian star winning the Golden Boot for being the top goalscorer in the Premier League this season.
Neal Spencer, the museum's keeper of ancient Egypt and Sudan, said in a statement:
The boots have been donated by adidas.
Salah, who is left-footed, achieved national treasure status in his home country of Egypt by securing their qualification to this year's Fifa World Cup 2018.
The boots will go on display in gallery 61 in the London museum next week in the run-up to the Champions League final.
They will be displayed next to footwear from ancient Egypt and adjacent to a selection of gold pharaonic jewellery.
Salah was the top goalscorer in the Premier League this season, with 32 goals.
The British Museum launched its Modern Egypt project to bolster its collection of contemporary material from modern Egypt in 2016.