According to newspaper reports, Liverpool FC has rejected an offer from FC Bayern Munich for top star Sadio Mané (30). Apparently it was too low.
Offer over 29 million euros. Bayern Munich’s first attempt to bring Senegalese Sadio Mané to the Isar failed, according to a report in the British Times. Liverpool FC have rejected the offer of 29 million euros. The record champion around sports director Hasan Salihamidzic is said to have submitted an offer shortly before Pentecost that provides for a transfer fee of 24.5 million euros plus bonus payments of 4.6 million euros.
Too little money: According to the report, Liverpool FC sees the top player in the offer as severely undervalued. However, there was no counter-offer from the English. However, FC Bayern could add a corresponding sum if it were able to sell Robert Lewandowski to FC Barcelona. The Pole had said he wanted to leave Bayern Munich.
Mané fuels rumors: Mané explained last week why he wants to leave Liverpool: “I think 60 to 70 percent of Senegalese want me to leave Liverpool. I’ll do what they want.” After that, however, he backtracked and referred somewhat sheepishly to his valid contract with Liverpool.
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