New Bayern Munich star Sadio Mane has revealed he asked to leave Liverpool last year. Before moving to Bayern Munich this year, it also revealed the best time of his life.
Sadio Mane says he asked to leave Liverpool a year ago. That means he has to wait an entire season to move to Bayern Munich. The 30-year-old has spent six great seasons with the Reds. But revealed that after his fifth season at Anfield he wanted to leave. And it was almost the last season of a dream as Jürgen Klopp’s side won the FA Cup and Carabao Cup but missed out on the Champions League and Premier League titles . narrow If it all depended on Mane, he wouldn’t have participated in those challenges because He told Klopp he wanted to leave last summer.
“Last year I decided to leave because I wanted a new challenge in my life,” Mane told BBC Sport Africa . “For me, it was the right time. I spoke with the coach ( Jurgen Klopp ) a year ago. and talk to him about his desire to leave.” “If you see my story, I come from a small town My life is full of challenges. So I want to challenge myself all the time.”
Mane is hopeful and has left Liverpool this summer to join Bayern Munich for an initial fee of around £27m, which could rise to £35m. The Senegalese star is confident he made the right choice. already Despite loving his time with the Reds “I spent eight years in the Premier League and of course I spent six wonderful years at Liverpool. And I can say we won almost everything possible,” he said. “ It’s not an easy decision, but in life sometimes you have to make a decision. and until now I think it was the best decision in my career.” “Today I am at one of the best UFABET clubs in the world. and i’m really happy to be at Bayern Munich and very excited to start the season.”
Mane also picked the best moment of his life, which he regarded the decisive penalty that helped Senegal defeat Egypt at the Africa Championships in February as the pinnacle in his heart. This is the first time Senegal has won the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) after losing twice in the previous final. The victory gave Mane the status of a national hero. And it stood out for him as the best moment of his career. Above the UEFA Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup or League Cup he won with Liverpool.
“Winning the African Cup is the best trophy I’ve ever won in my life. Because what makes it even more special is that my country has never won championships,” Mane told BBC Sport . “The success of a country is always great. (More than the success of the club?) Of course and I’m really happy. that won the championship Of course, my dream is not just to win trophies with my country. But also all the trophies that are possible with my club. That is my goal.”
That game, Mane scored an early penalty in the seventh minute but was saved during the final against Egypt on February 7 in Yaounde. Cameroon But he managed to stay calm in the penalty shootout and gave Senegal a 4-2 win. “When I shot, I thought I couldn’t understand [the importance] because it was beyond my imagination,” he said. I just run and run But I don’t remember anything.” “As I always say, the African Cup is one of the reasons I came to be a footballer. because when I was young I’ve seen my country only my country when they play So when I won the championship So it was the best time of my life.”
Mane also spoke up about rumors of a feud between him and Mohamed Salah, claiming that ‘the media is trying to make things happen. Looks more intense’ with the new Bayern star in an interview with Goal ahead of the award ceremony. Confederation of African Football (CAF) held in Rabat morocco On Thursday, July 21, 2022, “Sometimes people say there is a match between me and [Salah], but you know what? I don’t see myself competing with any player,” Mane told GOAL before he was named the African Player of the Year. “We have a good relationship with each other.
We text each other I think the media is trying to make things [looks more intense] always.”He added that “Did you know that I’m just not there? [Affinity] with a single player But with every player I’ve played with in the world. You can ask whoever you want in the club or wherever I go. I have a good relationship with all the players.”