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Transfer Rumour: Sadio Mane departure could trigger Mohamed Salah away from Liverpool

Liverpool’s dream of securing the quadruple had been halted by Manchester City and Real Madrid last season with the reds put on an immense pressure on both of those rivals despite having two great strikers in the squad – Sadio Mane and Mo Salah.

Sadio Mane, the reigning African Champion with Senegal National Team played decisive parts for both club and country on international tournaments. 

Since Liverpool Football club has been struggling with numerous issues, Mane decided to look out for new opportunities across other top European clubs.

Bayern Munich, the German giant has already made advancements to sign Sadio after failing to convince their number one striker, Robert Lewandowski who has also bade farewell to the Bavarian club. 

The footballing world is witnessing a complete twists and turn around of the star footballers as many other big names like Paolo Dybala, Paul Pogba, Angel Di Maria, Sergi Roberto all became free agents since the conclusion of 2021-2022 season. 

Another super star and Mane’s teammate Mohamed Salah having difficulties to continue with his current club, the other giants of Europe are preparing lucrative bids for him to lure him out of the Liverpool squad. It is rumored that other Premier League giants might be the new home for Salah if his conditions are not met properly by the Liverpool authorities. 

The prolific stats of the Senegalese star Sadio for Liverpool is a proof of his elegant contributions that made him one of the most influential players of the Merseyside alongside Steven Gerrard and Mo Salah. 

As UEFA’s strict financial rules are becoming more complex year by year, many top European clubs are facing huge difficulties in signing new players and keeping the great players which is sometimes a huge concern for the fans across the world.     

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