Liverpool bid goodbye to Sadio Mane


With the season now over and the transfer window is open there are plenty of stories circulating throughout the market.
Liverpool to bid goodbye to Sadio Mane who this summer has signed for the giants from Bavaria. Mane served the Merseyside loyally for 5 years and was among the fan-favorite. His departure to Bayern Munich is difficult for Anfield but in the end, it’s what the player wants.

Liverpool and Bayern’s negotiation

The Bundesliga giants had previously submitted two bids and Liverpool reject them both. Rejection comes in the phase after Bayern didn’t match Liverpool’s transfer demand. These two bids were of 21million and 25million + add-ons, both of the offers saw rejection and were too disrespectful.
Now it’s said Bayern has met the asking price which is set to be around a 42.5million pounds. This is a great business because back in 2016 Mane joined Liverpool for 34million from Southampton. The agreement was in its final stages and only lacked a meeting from both parties. Mane has previously agreed on the personal terms which include a 3-year-deal.

Sadio Mane’s Legacy

Mane’s departure from Liverpool will mark the end of an era. The famous front three of Liverpool
Under Jurgen Klopp, the Senegalese international won everything possible on the club stage. His failure to win the Champions League once again will be a scar that won’t get healed anytime soon. Mane represented Liverpool in the UCL finals thrice and only won once.
He represented Liverpool 263 times where he scored 111 goals with 38 assists. Mane maintained an impressive average of 30.81 passes per 90 with 0.43 goals per match. He was a great distributor of the ball, especially into the box, and has created 386 crosses during his time at Liverpool.

Mane was instrumental in Liverpool’s transformation and has given the fans moments that they can’t forget easily. Winning the Premier League after a wait of 30 years in which they completely dominated, was an all-around contribution of the team. They made a comeback whenever the reds were down, and those comebacks were awesome.
Mane resurrected the Anfield’s 12th man I.e., the fans. The fans made Anfield a fortress and players gave everything they had for Liverpool.

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