The Bavarian club reaches agreement with Liverpool to sign the 30-year-old Senegalese striker for 40 million
Senegalese forward Sadio Mane will finally swap Anfield for the Allianz Arena, becoming Bayern Munich’s star signing, in that striker who could replace Robert Lewandowski if the Polish striker in turn completes his retirement from the Bavarian capital a year before his contract ends. and he ends up at Barça.
According to The Athletic and Sky Germany, the German champion will pay about 40 million for the African, of which 32 are fixed and about nine in variables. An award that may seem excellent for a committed player of 30 years old, but we have to remember that Mane only had one year left on his contract and he could leave for free next year.
It is well known that German clubs do not usually incur large financial expenditures, which is why Liverpool have accepted Bayern’s third and final proposal, which had reached an agreement with Mane after Jürgen Klopp’s team lost to Real in the Champions on Real Madrid final. Madrid. May 28 in Paris.
Mané will end up with one of the big clubs on the international scene, signing until 2025. A three-year contract for which he will earn around 6 million net per year, not counting bonuses. The Senegalese had made his decision before the end of the season and chose Bayern immediately, despite the siren songs of other major European clubs.
Until the end, Klopp unsuccessfully tried to convince him to continue at Liverpool by forming an extraordinary attack in the squad alongside Uruguayan Darwin Núñez, recently signed for around 100 million, Egyptian Mohamed Salah and Colombian Luis Diaz.
Mané started his career at Metz and was transferred to Red Bull Salzburg after one season. After winning the Austrian Bundesliga and the Cup in the 13-14 season, he signed for English club Southampton. There he sealed the fastest hat-trick in Premier League history, scoring three times in 176 seconds in a 6-1 win over Aston Villa. In 2016, he was transferred to Liverpool for 34 million and became a key player for Klopp.
He has been crowned by Senegal 91 times since his debut in 2012, and has represented his country at the 2012 London Olympics, the African Cup of Nations in four editions and the 2018 World Cup. In addition, he was nominated for the Ballon d’Of 2019.
Source: La Verdad
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