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Bayern ready to offer long-term deal to Reds' ace

Bayern München ready to offer long-term deal to Liverpool ace

May 9, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
The Bavarian club is ready to break apart Liverpool's attacking trio in the upcoming transfer window.

Reports coming in from Germany reveal that one of the members of Liverpool's attacking trio could be disbanded by the end of the season despite the Reds' intentions to keep them around for a long time. 

An article by Sky Sports Germany suggests that a meeting between Bayern's sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic and Sadio Mané's agent took place this Sunday. While the meeting started with Bayern's intentions to sign Konrad Laimer, the conversation continued with Bayern's desire to hire Sadio Mané.

Unlike Mohamed Salah, who's contract extension is about to be signed, Sadio Mané and his agents have not been called up by Liverpool's hierarchy to enter negotiations to extend his deal at Anfield. With that in mind, the player's agent opened up to search options for his client to continue his playing career.

The player's agent reportedly revealed to a source close to their entourage that Mané is willing to start negotiating with other clubs, but he only asked his agent to keep all negotiations on hold until the end of the season, which will come after May 28, the day when Liverpool are set to play the UEFA Champions League final against Real Madrid.

While some believed that the first one of the trio to jump ship was going to be Roberto Firmino, it seems that Liverpool's Senegalese footballer would be the first to search for pastures new due to the arrivals of Diogo Jota or Luis Díaz. Will we be watching Mané's final days as a Liverpool player? Let's wait and see if it is true.


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