Bayern Munich, the German champions, announced today, Wednesday, the signing of Senegalese striker Sadio Mane from Liverpool.
Bayern Munich’s official statement on their website says that his contract with Mane is for 3 years.
And the Bavarian club’s official Twitter account posted a video of Mane holding a Bayern Munich jersey and signing an accession deal, and commented: “Lev Teranga has come… They greeted the Bavarian striker Sadio Mane.. Hello Mane.”
Lion Teranga is here
— Bayern Munich (@FCBayernAr) June 22, 2022
And British network Sky Sports reported that Bayern Munich paid around £35m for Mane’s services until the summer of 2025.
Mane’s move to Bayern Munich comes amid news that Polish striker Robert Lewandowski is set to leave the Bayern club this summer for Barcelona.
Sadio Mane, 30, joined Liverpool in the summer of 2016 from Southampton and helped lead the Reds to six local, continental and international titles, scoring 120 goals in 269 games.
On June 22, he entered the history of Liverpool FC, which is associated with the brightest duet in the team of recent years, Sadio Mane and Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the top scorer of the Reds and the English Premier League, 5 years after the arrival of the “Egyptian Pharaoh” on ” Anfield and on the same day he left Mane Castle of the Reds after 6 years with the English team.
On this day, June 22, 2017, Mohamed Salah joined the ranks of Liverpool for 36.9 million pounds, playing for a team from Rome, Italy.
Mohamed Salah scored 156 goals in a Reds jersey and scored 63 more goals in 254 appearances in all competitions.
Salah and Mane have won 6 titles with Liverpool: the English Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup at local level, as well as the European Champions League, European Super Cup and Club World Cup at international level.