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Sadio Mané was confirmed as Bayern Munich’s signing: “It’s the right time for this challenge”

Sadio Mané was confirmed as Bayern Munich’s signing: “It’s the right time for this challenge”

Sadio Mané was confirmed as Bayern Munich’s signing: “It’s the right time for this challenge”

Bayern Munich made Sadio Mané official this Wednesday as its new signing. The Senegalese striker had a contract with Liverpool until the middle of next year, however, he decided to leave the Premier League to live a new experience in the German team and fight for the Bundesliga.

The footballer signed his bond with the Bavarian cast until June 2025. “I am very happy to finally be here. We had many conversations and from the beginning I felt the great interest of this great club. So I had no doubts from the beginning: this is the right time for this challenge.”He mentioned at a press conference.

“I want to achieve many things with this club, also at an international level. Even during my stay in Salzburg, I followed many FC Bayern matches. I really like this team!”added the 30-year-old.

In the same way, the president of the Bavarian club praised his new signing. “He is a world star who underlines the charisma of FC Bayern and increases the attractiveness of the entire Bundesliga.” express.

The emblematic Oliver Khan, who holds the position of sports director at Bayern Munich, also dedicated a few words to Sadio Mané. “We are convinced that he will bring a lot of joy to our fans in the coming years with his spectacular style of play. He is ambitious and wants to win more titles. With players like him, all the big goals are possible in the team.”he mentioned.

How many goals did Sadio Mané score this season?

In the 2021-22 season, Sadio Mané made 34 appearances in the Premier League in which he scored 16 goals and provided two assists. In addition, he participated in three FA Cup matches and was able to inflate the nets twice; while he celebrated five times in 13 Champions League appearances.

He also helped the Senegal team qualify for the 2022 World Cup after beating Egypt on penalties. In Qatar, the African team shares group A and will face the host, Ecuador and the Netherlands.

It is worth mentioning that the footballer arrived at Anfield for the 2016-17 season and shone from the beginning. With the Liverpool shirt, the Senegalese won a Premier League trophy, an FA Cup and an EFL Cup at the local level. Likewise, he won the Champions League (2017-2018), the European Super Cup and the Club World Cup.

Source: Elcomercio

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