The last few weeks at Liverpool have been filled with several positive news. Apart from the draw against Tottenham, the club can feel comfortable with renewing the contract of their manager, Jürgen Klopp, and with being in the final of the UEFA Champions League . However, the situation of Sadio Mané is what puts the leadership on maximum alert.
According to official sources, the Senegalese ends his contract on June 30, 2023 and would have his bag ready to leave the club. In that sense, there are several top clubs in Europe that are interested in signing him. One of the most interested is Barcelona from Spain , which sees it very likely to acquire it in this transfer market for the lead.
After Erling Haaland’s option fell -he signed for Manchester City-, Mané’s name has the “approval” by Xavi Hernández and the Catalan leadership . In turn, the footballer welcomes reaching LaLiga in Spain, where he could become the star of the team. In the Reds he became a luxury offensive trinomial with Mohamed Salah and Luis Díaz, who have been receiving praise lately.
A dream 2022 for Sadio Mané
Since the beginning of the year, the player was active by joining his team to fulfill his international commitments. He first won the African Cup of Nations in Cameroon, defeating Egypt on penalties. The luck of fate crossed them again in the tie for a place in the 2022 Qatar World Cup, where the round of 12 steps once again came out round for his team.
Salah and Firmino, other headaches for Liverpool
As if that were not enough, the English institution also faces serious problems in retaining two other attackers from the team. The Egyptian maintains great respect for the club, but he wants to arrange the best contract of his sports career. The Brazilian, on the other hand, lost place in the last season. Like Mané, their contract ends in 2023 and they see the possibility of staying at the club becoming more and more difficult.
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