Liverpool’s Senegal forward Sadio Mane has named a team. He supports after the midfielder appeared to have a problem with fans. The Reds from his latest interview recently.
Sadio Mane has named the clubs he supports after his recent taunts with Liverpool fans. The Senegalese winger expected to leave Anfield in the summer. After a six-year career with the Merseyside Recently. The news has fueled the rumors of moving the team by themselves. When claiming that As many as 70% of Senegalese people want him to leave Liverpool and he will do what they want.
Most recently, the LFC Transfer Room account on Twitter shared Mane’s remarks about the UFABET club he supports. After a reporter asked if it was ‘Bayern Munich, Barcelona or Real Madrid’, Mane replied: “All of them are not bad. nah You will cause me problems with the fans. Liverpool right now But wait… My club? I support Marseille.”
This is not the first time Mane has spoken of his support for Marseille when his Senegal team-mate Pap Gay asked to join the team in February. Mane said after winning the Africa Cup of Nations with Senegal via The Mirror: “Marseille, try, give me some money and I’ll go! You have to pay the transfer fee and I will go!”
The 30-year-old forward has been linked with more transfers this summer. As he enters the final year of his Liverpool contract and a new contract has yet to be agreed upon. It is believed that Bayern Munich, the German champions club. He is a favorite to sign Mane after reportedly agreeing a three-year contract with the former Southampton star.
Mane fueled speculation about a possible departure ahead of Senegal’s clash with Benin, revealing at a press conference that 60-70% of Senegal’s people want him to leave Liverpool. “Like everyone else I’m on social media and I’ve seen comments,” Mane explains. “Isn’t that 60-70% of Senegalese people wanting me to leave Liverpool? I’ll do whatever they want.” “We’ll see each other soon! Don’t be in a hurry because we’ll see together, the future will prove it.”
Mane scores a hat-trick as Senegal defeats 10-man Benin 3-1 on Saturday June 4, 2022 in their 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier, Group L, first leg in Ivory. Coast