Sadio Mane’s £35m deal from Liverpool to Bayern Munich is DONE, with £27.5m plus £7.5m in add-ons agreed. Sadio Mane reportedly signed with Bayern Munich. Bayern have agreed to pay £35m for the Senegalese player. He’ll sign a three-year agreement at Allianz Arena. Sadio Mane has finalized his £35m move to Bayern Munich, according to German media.
Published: 17 June 2022
Sky Germany reports that Liverpool accepted an increased offer from Bayern Munich to sign Mane. Sadio Mane has reportedly signed for Bayern Munich for £35m. BILD reports Liverpool wanted £34m upfront and £4m in bonuses. Bayern authorities were adamant about not going over £35m, so they settled with £27.5m upfront and £7.5m in bonuses. Mane will end his six-year career at Anfield, where he scored 120 goals in 269 games and won every major award.
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Mane has signed a three-year contract with the German champions. Fabrizio Romano claimed this week that he had negotiated a three-year contract with Bayern, who required a breakthrough with Liverpool for the trade to go ahead. Allianz Arena bosses sent agents to England to clinch an agreement with the Reds. The Mirror reports that Hasan Salihamidzic met with Liverpool’s Julian Ward.
Salihamidzic and co believed face-to-face talks with Ward would cement the deal, and a £35million agreement has reportedly been reached. Hasan Salihamidzic traveled to England to finalize the agreement. Mane has been a key attacker for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool over the past three years. The winger won his first trophy three years after joining Liverpool from Southampton. He helped them win the Premier League the following year and the FA Cup and League Cup last season.
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