Bayern Munich Looking to Offload Sadio Mane
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Sadio Mane, the Senegalese footballer, is facing an uncertain future at Bayern Munich after an incident in which he hit his teammate Leroy Sané. The German club's coach, Thomas Tuchel, has reportedly made the decision to let Mane go and the management has agreed, stating that the player is no longer part of their plans for the next season.
Mane's possible return to Liverpool
Speculations have been rife that Mane is eager to return to England and don the Liverpool jersey once again. The English media has reported that Mane is dissatisfied with the limited playing time he has received due to injuries, and that he wishes to return to the club where he established himself as one of the best African players.
Mane's first year in Germany has been a tumultuous one, marked by inconsistent form and frequent benchings. After a promising start in which he scored on his Bundesliga debut, Mane has been shifted between the front and left wing without finding a permanent spot in the side.
The 31-year-old suffered a serious injury to his right fibula, which ruled him out of the World Cup, and since his comeback, he has failed to find the net for Bayern. According to a journalist, Plettenberg, Bayern is keen to offload Mane in the summer.
He said(reports Daily Mail), "From what I’m hearing, Bayern will try everything to offload Sadio Mane in the summer. From a sporting point of view, Thomas Tuchel has no plans with Mane as he doesn’t fit his system.
This is my information. The player is seen very critically internally." Mane joined Bayern from Liverpool for 41 million euros and has a rich history in football, having played for French club Metz, Salzburg, Southampton, and Liverpool, where he won the Champions League and the English title.
However, his time at Bayern has been marred by the incident with Sané, which resulted in a record fine of 500,000 euros for the player. Mane may return to the roster for Bayern's match against Manchester City in the Champions League, but his future with the club remains uncertain.