September 27, 2022

Liverpool have been warned to not promote Sadio Mane as they may discover it arduous to switch him.

Stories emerged on Monday that Bayern Munich have been concentrating on a transfer for the Africa Cup of Nations winner.


Mane has already received the Africa Cup of Nations this yr, and will win the quadruple

Mane has a contract at Anfield till June 2023, however it’s believed negotiations have taken place over extending that deal.

A report in Sky Germany claims provides Mane’s agent met with Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic over the weekend concerning a possible ‘assertion’ switch, however there was no direct contact between the golf equipment.

Former Crystal Palace proprietor Simon Jordan believes Liverpool can be foolish for even entertaining the considered promoting considered one of their finest gamers.

Talking on White and Jordan on talkSPORT, he stated: “If it isn’t broke then don’t repair it. Mane is an excellent participant and also you don’t let him go anyplace.

“Why would Mane wish to play for Munich over Liverpool? I’m positive there might be a bunch of German followers saying ‘as a result of we’re going to win the league and we’re this that or the opposite’. 

Mane has scored 21 goals in all competitions this season for Liverpool


Mane has scored 21 objectives in all competitions this season for Liverpool

“It’s in regards to the economics of what he’s being paid then they’ll must match these expectations, or they’ll have to switch him.

“He might be very troublesome to switch. You’ll exchange what you acquire him for from Southampton all these years in the past, as a result of he’s a very, actually good participant.

“They only received the Africa Cup of Nations and Liverpool are on the cusp of doing one thing very vital. I don’t suppose it will likely be the quadruple, however there’s a definite risk they may do the treble.

“They don’t want to interrupt this up.”

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