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This is why Sadio Mané is going to ruin his career at Bayern

The winger is leaving the Premier League 

This is why Sadio Mané is going to ruin his career at Bayern
This is why Sadio Mané is going to ruin his career at Bayern

It is not yet official, but the signing of Mané by Bayern is an open secret that is very close to closing for an amount close to 45 million euros with bonuses included. The player is now spending a few days off in Senegal and on Tuesday he will travel to Germany to undergo a medical with Bayern. If everything is correct, on Wednesday he would be presented with his new club.

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 Former Liverpool player Dean Saunders believes the African is wrong: “I can't believe he's leaving Liverpool, I don't know how he got to this point. He is 30 years old, spent almost his entire career at the club. In the last six months he has played the best football, he has been unstoppable at times and the best on the team”.

The former Liverpool striker was very harsh with the German league, considering it of lesser value: “He will score goals. They win 5-0 every week, only one team can win the league. It is not a challenge. He'll climb into his chair, light a cigarette and play for Bayern at third. Years will pass and he will ruin the best two years of his life as a footballer. At the end of his career, if he tells you 'come and look at my trophy case', the German league champion's medal will be right in the back."

Sadio will be missed at Anfield 

Carragher: “My favorite Liverpool player of this era, Sadio Mane is finally leaving. Low maintenance, high performance and never injured! Trophies and goals galore, a true Liverpool legend. Thank you Sadio!”, but others like Dean Saunders are not taking the African's departure to Germany so well.

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Wilian Estrella

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