Bayern Munich have signed Senegalese striker Sadio Mané, who after winning everything in his six seasons at Liverpool was looking for a new challenge for his career, finding in the Bavarian club, with which he has signed for three seasons, a project that lives up to his ambition.
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The Senegalese, candidate for the Ballon d'Or, arrives in Bavaria at the peak of his career, at a club used to attracting promising players to elevate them to star status: Arjen Robben, Manuel Neuer, Robert Lewandowski…
br>At 30 years old, Mané would have cost the Germans a sum close to 41 million euros (43 million dollars), a figure for which Liverpool says goodbye to its African striker, who in six seasons at the club won the Champions League , Premier League, FA Cup and Club World Cup.
One of the best strike partners Mané has ever had is Mohamed Salah. the other Liverpool star and who dedicated an emotional farewell message to the Senegalese.
“'It's been a great trip! Thanks for the good times and I wish you all the best in your new adventure “, the Egyptian commented “We will all miss you”, he added.
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Without a doubt, it is the end of a stellar attack that marked an era at Anfield, however, now it is Luis Diaz, to continue shining and strengthening the Reds forward, who also now have Darwin Núñez as their signing.
The Uruguayan striker from Benfica, for whom they paid 75 million euros, plus another 25 in variables, which makes it the most expensive contract in the history of the club.
Núñez and Díaz know each other very well, as they were rivals in Portugal, where Díaz had a good time with Porto. “I am obviously very happy and very proud and I am here to contribute to the team. Whether I score goals or no goals, I always want to do my best. So let's hope it goes well and we win even more trophies than we already have,” said Núñez, 22, on the day of his presentation.
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