Liverpool star Sadio Mane has claimed he will do what the Senegalese people want as he breaks his silence on his future.
The forward said before Liverpool Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid that he would reveal his future after the clash in Paris.
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He is yet to confirm where he will be playing his football next season, but all the indicators suggest it will be away from Anfield.
Many reports have claimed that the 30-year-old has told the Liverpool hierarchy that he intends to leave the club this summer as he looks for a new challenge.
Mane is out-of-contract at the end of next season and is yet to agree new terms with the Merseyside club, who are keen to keep their strict wage structure in place.
Bayern Munich has been heavily linked with the Senegal star whilst French champions Paris Saint-Germain are also keen. Both sides would be able to offer a significant wage increase to Mane.
Sadió Mané tells @Mansour_Loum: “60%-70% of Senegalese people want me to leave Liverpool? I will do what they want. We will soon see”. 🔴🇸🇳 #LFC
Mané has already decided his future as reported one week ago: he wants to leave the club this summer. pic.twitter.com/OpOepcAHJp
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 3, 2022
And the forward has now hinted that he will leave the club this summer because it is what the people of Senegal want him to do.
Speaking ahead of national sides clash with Benin, Mane said: “60-70 per cent of Senegalese people want me to leave Liverpool? I will do what they want. We will soon see.” (quotes via Daily Mail)
Former Arsenal man Paul Merson has questioned Mane’s desire to leave Liverpool this summer.
In his Daily Star column, Merson said: “It seems clear Sadio Mane has his heart set on a move to Bayern Munich but I can’t for the life of me see why.
“The grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence and there are no guarantees that he will be as successful in Germany as he has been with Liverpool.
“Since his arrival from Southampton six years ago Liverpool have played a way that suits his game and goals could dry up in a different set up and a different league.
“It is a brave move to make if he wants a fresh challenge and is backing himself to make a success of it.”