“Sky” expert Lothar Matthäus, despite all the appreciation for Sadio Mané, doubts that the Senegalese can replace top striker Robert Lewandowski in the role of center forward at Bayern.

Mané no Lewandowski replacement: Lothar Matthäus, former soccer player and coach, is critical of the commitment of FC Liverpool striker Sadio Mané to FC Bayern Munich in a “Sky” column. He doesn’t see the 30-year-old in the position of a “real centre-forward” like Robert Lewandowski, who would like to leave the club as soon as possible, but rather on the left wing.

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Enrichment for the Bundesliga: Regardless of Mané’s position, Matthäus finds his commitment “fantastic”, “not just for Bayern, but for the entire Bundesliga”. After all, the Senegalese international was an “exception and difference player who scores goals and assists in a way and with a regularity” on the pitch “like few other players in the world have managed to do in recent years”. .

Congratulations on the transfer: Despite his words questioning the change, today’s “Sky” expert congratulates Bayern on this. Most recently, the 60-year-old had criticized the record champions’ management team a few times.