I suggest dropping his DS even lower, like whites, as well as TW, but in terms of just trying to make a proper picture of a trully world class player with serious limits. Salah is an extremely intelligent attacker, and he's one of my favourite players on his position, along side Mbappe, because i feel they both have a tremendous quality to feel the play off the ball, and anticipate stuff on the pitch extremely well, again, while being off the ball. That aspect of football is severely underrated, and people doesn't get the concept of that, which makes them calling some players extremely lucky, while they're everything but that.
People usually have no clue how to watch football, and they judge most of the players on on the ball stuff, that's why we have a huge number of fanboys, raving on players who are complete retards, before football dump them to where they belong. Like, we had a serious amount of people who believed that Mastour will become a world class player?
Let's say Thomas Muller is the greatest example of how intelligence is important, the guy is physically awful, technically basic, yet his off the ball movement and ability to anticipate stuff on the pitch made him a world class player. I think Salah is one of those players, who's mainly up there because of that, i mean definetely is. He is, unlike Muller, physically very gifted, amazing pace, and great, great balance too, no doubts, technically also more stabile, but Salah is the guy who has no standouts qualities on the ball on this level.
Imagine just taking him the ability to make runs in behind? We'd have a winger who can hold the ball up with his back to goal, he's not a great dribbler, good close control, but his skillset in dribbling terms is poor and predictable, extremely one footed, no real playmaking qualities, basically a slight upgrade on Walcott, who's the right example of retard who had pace but subpar understanding of football. Pace is just an extra tool for Salah, a useful one, but i don't think he'd suffer completely with lower maximum speed in real life. Salah is the guy who constantly attack spaces and anticipate actions so well, that's what he does well, and that's what score goals for him.
Compare him to Alexis, the guy barely even make runs in behind nowadays, and yet he's a top class inverted winger/wide playmaker, don't @ me with mentioning his poor form, just look at the skillset, great dribbling skillset, great passing, vision, even mid-long range shooting. Imagine Salah trying to convert playing style into more "on the ball" and creativity, like previously mentioned Alexis or Hazard. That would be a proper fail, and yet he is as rated, as valuable on the same level.
We need to think of Salah as a player of immense attacking intelligence that really makes up for his -i don't like this word- mediocricity on the ball.
My idea of Salah's set would be like attack on 90, red RES and AGG for sure, lower TW, DS, and probably considering lower SA, SPA too.