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Mane transfers from Liverpool of England to the Bavarians

The Lion of Teranga just transferred from Liverpool of England to the Bavarians.

According to his father Souleymane Sane, Leroy Sane will have no trouble giving Sadio Mane’s new team at Bayern Munich the number 10 shirt.
After six brilliant seasons at Liverpool, the Senegal international recently joined the Bavarians.
Mane wore jersey number 10 when playing for the Reds and the Teranga Lions, but Sane, a former Manchester City star, now wears it for Bayern.

Souleymane Sane was quoted by talkSPORT as saying, “Sadio Mane is known with the number 10 at Liverpool and the national team, while my son wears it at Bayern.”

 

Leroy would have no trouble giving Sadio the number 10 if he requested it, I’m sure.

 

Mane played 269 games across all competitions for Liverpool, scoring 120 goals in the process.

 

Even though he is a well-known player in the world of football, Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann has welcomed his new star to the team.

 

Nagelsmann said of Mane’s arrival, “Very [excited by it]; straight from the first chat, he made a very selfless impression, which is extraordinary for a player with such a great name.”

 

“He said, modestly, that he could picture himself in any circumstance. It’s uncommon to see a player entirely dedicate themselves to the team and the coach in the course of a first talk. This increased our motivation to complete the signature.”

 

The former center defender, now 34, continued by explaining why it was simple to sign the Lion of Teranga from Jurgen Klopp’s squad.
As Bayern Munich, Nagelsmann continued, “We always have the opportunity to bid for major names.

 

 

“Particularly with players from England, we occasionally run into financial constraints. Sadio is really passionate about our initiative, our club, and his teammates, therefore this was different with him. I was thrilled.”

Martin Kinyua

I am a Kenyan, from the mountainous ridges of the central province. I attended school at a local primary school, and while there my love for stories and reading grew. I am now a graduate and still have not abandoned my love for books.

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