A month ago, the unthinkable is probably becoming a reality. The end of Sadio Mané in the Munich squad will come much sooner than planned. After the last incident with Sane, the club’s management has run out of patience!
The Senegalese winger became a big favourite of not only the fans, but above all the club’s management soon after his arrival at the Allianz Arena. The latter was rubbing their hands, as Mané came to Bavaria for just under 32 million euros, which was a great purchase considering his qualities.
It should be noted that he has already missed a number of mainly league games since his relatively recent arrival. Injuries have sent him out of action. However, in the ones that he has featured in, he has been a huge asset to the team. The absence of Mané’s qualities has been and still is felt especially in England, where his former side Liverpool are almost half as good in terms of performance.
However, the African’s involvement in Germany is starting to go down a very bad path. After the last quarter-final defeat to Manchester City in the Champions League, there was an incident where Mané physically assaulted teammate Sané.
For that circumstance, the player was not only punished financially, but also removed from the squad for the match against Hoffenheim, which Bayern, among other things, did not finish victorious. After a public apology from the club, it seemed that the situation would be resolved and the winger would remain at the club, but the opposite is true.
According to journalist Florian Plettenberg of Sky Sports DE, Bayern’s management will do everything internally to secure the Senegalese’s departure at the end of this season! Even the current coach Thomas Tuchel will not keep him at the club.
There will understandably be plenty of transfer speculation tied to the move of such a big name. Sadio Mané, despite the incident, certainly is and will be a hot commodity on the transfer market this summer and there are no limits to the European destinations he could head to.
However, this is certainly not the way both parties originally wanted to end the engagement, but a solution seems inevitable.
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