FC Bayern hopes to buy forward Sadio Mané from Liverpool after the Champions League final. The Senegalese would also like to change. As is so often the case with these topics, it is about money.

Mané wants to go to Munich: Nothing is concrete yet, but striker Sadio Mané from Liverpool FC is said to be tending towards a move to Bayern Munich. Because Liverpool will play the CL final against Real Madrid on Saturday, no official talks have been held, reports “Bild”. “Sport1” makes it clear that the 30-year-old Senegalese tends to say goodbye to Liverpool.

Too little money in Liverpool? Why does Mané want to leave? “The main reason for this is the lack of financial appreciation,” reports “Sport1”. With a “gross salary of around 12 million euros a year, the striker is by far not one of the best earners” in Liverpool. That would mean that Mané is hoping for a significantly higher salary in Munich. For comparison: Most recently, Serge Gnabry is said to have been offered around 17 million euros a year, but the striker refused to extend the contract.

Consequences of a Mané purchase? Should Mané really move to Munich, it would not mean that Robert Lewandowski leaves the club. Because recently it was reported that Bayern are probably planning with the Senegalese and the Poles for the coming season. However, a Mané purchase would make Gnabry’s departure more likely.

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