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This is the end of an era in Anfield

Things are changing at Liverpool

This is the end of an era in Anfield
This is the end of an era in Anfield

With the departure of Sadio Mané, heading to Bayern Munich, Liverpool's trident has been orphaned. Sadio Mané will become a new Bayern Munich player in the next few hours. With the departure of the Senegalese attacker, a glorious era for the Merseyside 'network' zone comes to an end.

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Roberto Firmino, during the summer of 2015, was the first to land at Anfield. Sadio Mané, from Southampton, followed in the Brazilian's footsteps a season later. In the summer of 2017, and with the arrival of Mohamed Salah at Liverpool, the north-west side of England had just completed the creation of one of the most iconic attacking pitchforks in football history.

After 269 games defending the Liverpool jersey and with scoring records made up of 120 goals and 48 assists, Sadio Mané says goodbye to Liverpool fans like a true legend. A key piece in obtaining the last Champions League and the last Premier League raised by the 'red' team, the 41 million euros invested for his signing back in 2016 have been more than amortized.

For now, the Senegalese player will be the only one from Liverpool's great trident who will leave Anfield. Despite the fact that multiple rumors placed Roberto Firmino away from Merseyside, it finally seems that the striker will continue under the orders of Jürgen Klopp.

This is how good they were together

Between Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mané and Mohamed Salah they add 374 goals with the Liverpool jersey. In just five seasons together, the two African players and the Brazilian striker have left a legacy hard to match at Anfield.

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Wilian Estrella

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