The Senegalese striker will leave the Bundesliga giants after just one season due to his lack of adjustment to a new league and his former teammates.

The end of Sadio Mané's stay at Bayern München is coming, and as things stand. there will be a lot of dry eyes on both sides when his move to Al Nassr is complete.

The Senegalese ace joined Die Roten last season to fill the void left by Robert Lewandowski, but not only did he fail to fill it, he also failed to make a lasting impression in Germany, being relegated to the bench for most of the season and making headlines for his frequent run-ins with his teammates, especially against Leroy Sané in the highly publicized incident between them in the UEFA Champions League clash versus Man City.

The player is now set to join Cristiano Ronaldo in the Saudi Pro League, but before he left Europe to join the Asian league, he spoke to Florian Plettenberg to discuss his feelings about his inminent deal.

The article by Plettenberg left no doubt about how bittersweet Mané's stay at Bayern was, hinting as well that the footballer was denied a second chance by the German club, who chose to cut their losses and send him packing after a woeful first season.

The African footballer leaves the Bundesliga champions having played 38 games in 2022-23, scoring 12 goals and handing out six assists. He was only able to help the club win the league title, as they spectacularly crashed out of the DFB-Pokal and from the UEFA Champions League.