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Sadio Mane broke his silence about a potential return to Liverpool

His decision will surprise the Liverpool’s fans

By Liam Styles

His decision will surprise the Liverpool’s fans
His decision will surprise the Liverpool’s fans
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Leaving Liverpool to arrive at Bayern Munchen to take the place left by Robert Lewandowski, Sadio Mané had a complicated adaptation in the German club. Being the author of 12 goals and 6 assists in 38 games in all competitions, the Senegalese has been in the eye of the hurricane since he arrived at Munchen, and in the last few hours, the player has broken his silence to talk about his Liverpool days, as the present and the future of his career.


During this season at Bayern Munchen he has performed one of the worst season in recent years. Although the Bavarian team was able to win the Bundesliga, they were surprisingly eliminated in the German Cup and in the Champions League as they suffered a beating by Manchester City in the quarterfinals of the competition. Among the bad things that happened this year in Bavaria, there is also Sadio Mané's attack on Leroy Sane after the game against Josep Guardiola's team, a fact to which the African forward referred for the first time.

In statements collected by SPORT1, the Senegalese player has said they were able to solve the problem that has already been left behind. He also talked about his Liverpool days when he was able to score 120 goals and give 48 assists along the 269 games he played with the English team, where at the moment he is not considering returning, as he stays focused on the next season with Bayern Munchen.

These are his goals for the next season

The player has expressed his desire to stay at Bayern, as he has said to be dreaming of returning to Munchen and overcoming the pending challenges: "Yes, God willing. If everything goes well, I will return to Bayern. I love challenges and Bayern is a great challenge. It's up to me to do whatever it takes to rise to that challenge. It's been a very difficult season, that happens. It wasn't a surprise, I expected it to be a bit complicated. It's normal", expressed the player, as he seems to be determined to give his maximum effort to succeed in Bayern.

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