Since joining from Southampton, Senegalese international Sadio Mane has scored numerous goals at Anfield. Combining with Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah, he continued to give opposing defenders time to terrorize them.
However, after the 2021-22 season, in which he fought for four titles, he left Liverpool and moved to Bayern Munich. At the beginning of the season, expectations were high and he scored many goals, but gradually he fell down the pecking order in the team.
He did not gain the trust of new coach Thomas Tuchel and clashed with Leroy Sané, and he became a target for release at Bayern.
The player was approached by Saudi Arabia, and after being urged to leave by the German champions, the Senegalese international agreed to hear from Al Nassr. According to James Benge of CBS Sports, the Middle Eastern club is prepared to offer a £650,000 weekly salary in addition to a £34 million transfer fee.
Al Nassr acquired Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo late last year after he was released from his contract with Manchester United. The team has also been aggressively reinforced this summer with Seko Fofana, Marcelo Brozovic, and Alex Telles.
With a base fee of €32 million plus add-ons such as the number of games played for a total of €41 million to join the Bundesliga, an offer from the Middle East should be an attractive amount for the German champions.
We do not know if the player personally will agree to go to Saudi Arabia, but as long as he has no future at Bayern, it is inevitable that he will move to another club. Will he wait for offers from Europe, or will he seek a new home in the Saudi Professional League, where many stars have moved to…?