Mane trained with his new teammates for the first time last weekend since his £27.4 million move from Liverpool.
And he would've no doubt made an impression in their latest training session as the superstar forward turned up to the club's training base '109 minutes' before the start of the session.
According to German outlet BILD, the Senegalese international was the first to arrive at Sabener Strasse and stayed for 'more than six hours'.
Sadio Mané was first to arrive at Säbener Straße today, 109 minutes before the start of training (meeting point is usually one hour before training). Mané stayed on the training ground for more than 6 hours [@BILD] pic.twitter.com/wqQTUlfYaW— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) July 12, 2022
Further reports claim Mane's first appearance in training was well received by the other players, who're enthusiastic about the winning mentality the 30-year-old possesses.
Mane joins Bayern having enjoyed six prolific and trophy-laden seasons at Anfield.
He scored 120 goals during his time at the club, notably winning the Premier League and the Champions League.
Bayern manager Julian Nagelsmann spoke highly of Mane and claims the versatile forward is willing to play in any position for the team.
"Right from the very first conversation he made a very selfless impression, which is extraordinary for a player with such a big name," said the 34-year-old.
"He said, quite modestly, he can imagine himself in any position. It’s rare to experience that in a first conversation, that a player puts themselves completely at the service of the club and the coach.
"That made our urge to get the signing over the line even greater."
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