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He’s loved in Munich, but Sadio Mané can’t forget Liverpool

By Charles Cornwall

He’s loved in Munich, but Sadio Mané can’t forget Liverpool

The Senegalese striker still has a strong feeling for the Reds

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Three months ago he left Anfield to go to the Bundesliga with Bayern, but Sadio Mané still misses the reds. The 30-year-old Senegalese striker already has the respect of the Munich fans thanks to the three goals he has scored in the league and the Super Cup.  Though Liverpool fans also have it in their hearts and show it to them every opportunity they have it close. He’s happy every time he sees the Merseyside team shield.

The African striker spent six years at Liverpool until last summer, when the German club paid 32 million euros to sign him. From 2016 until last season he played 269 games for the Reds and scored 120 goals. He won the Champions League in 2019 and the Premier League in 2020 being the star of the club alongside Egyptian attacker Mohamed Salah and Brazilian striker Roberto Firmino.

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Sadio Mané began his professional soccer career at Metz in France where he made his debut as a 20-year-old in 2012. His evolution was accelerated because that same year he moved to Salzburg of the Austrian League and in 2016 he was signed by Southampton of the Premier League. In the Saints he played 75 games scoring 25 goals from 2016 to 2018.

Sadio Mané showed his affection for Liverpool during an autograph signing before Bayern Munich's trip to Berlin, where they will play Union Berlin in the Bundesliga. The skillful player let out a smile when a Reds fan handed him a flag to sign. Mané was filmed as he grimaced at the sight of the Liverpool crest.

Mané smiled when he saw the Liverpool crest

The fan who filmed Mané smiling at the sight of the Liverpool crest uploaded the evidence in a storie on Instagram in which he wrote the message 'Mané with the Liverpool flag'. He sent 150 packages to Liverpool staff, from the cleaning lady to the security guard. Everyone got a picture of Mane, a box of chocolates and a handwritten letter.

 


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