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Earlier in the month, it was reportedly that German champions, Bayern Munich had been keeping a keen eye on Mane’s situation at Liverpool, with the player’s agent already holding talks with Bayern’s sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic about a potential transfer.
Now in another shock twist, German publisher SportBILD has reported that PSG are actually at the front of the queue for Mane’s signature, and have tabled a big money deal in an attempt to lure the winger away from Merseyside.
PSG will have already started planning for the expected exit of their star man, Kylian Mbappe, who despite PSG’s best efforts, is expected to join Real Madrid. And it looks like Mauricio Pochettino’s side have identified Mane as the ideal replacement for the Frenchman.
According to SportBILD, Mane is hesitant about signing a new deal at Liverpool after receiving strong interest from PSG. Currently, Mane is believed to be earning around £200,000 per week.
TRUE✅ If Sadio Mané will leave @LFC the big favorite for a Transfer is @PSG_inside. the strong interest and high salary at Paris are the reason why he hesitates to sign a new contract at Liverpool @FCBayern #EnglischeWoche pic.twitter.com/lW26HVWBLc— Christian Falk (@cfbayern) May 18, 2022
Despite the noise surrounding his future, Mane has continued to put in stellar performances for his current club, he scored a vital goal in Liverpool’s 2-1 away win against Aston Villa last week. After the match, Mane declared he was ‘happy’ at the club.
He said: "Yeah, I am happy here, I think when we win trophies I am happier! But I think I am trying to enjoy every moment, trying to assist my team mates and I think the boys make it a lot easier for me.
"I am honestly very happy. I am just trying to enjoy every moment and assist my team mates. Without my team mates I'm nothing."
Mane and his team mates have plenty of work left to do, with two hugely important games left in the Reds' quest for an unprecedented quadruple.
Liverpool then would have the chance to add a forth trophy when they travel to Paris to face Real Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday 28 May.
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