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Sadio Mane Sent Stern Warning Ahead of Bayern Munich Summer Move
- Former Liverpool striker Dean Saunders believes Sadio Mane is about to ruin his career with a move to Bayern Munich
- According to Saunders, a move to the Bundesliga is actually a downgrade for Mane as the league is not competitive enough
- The Senegal international is expected to pen a three-year deal with Bayern in the coming days, thereby ending his six-year dalliance with Liverpool
Liverpool legend Dean Saunders has sent Sasdio Mane a stern warning ahead of his proposed summer move to Bayern Munich.
Mane is expected to complete a switch to the Allianz Arena in the coming days, with reports suggesting the winger will be penning a three-year deal with the Bavarians.
His imminent move to Bayern will come at a time he has won virtually all the major trophies available to him at the Merseyside club.
Dean Saunders sounds warning to Sadio Mane
Saunders has now cautioned Mane that a move to Bayern will see him ruin 'the best two years of his life' playing in the Bundesliga.
The former Reds striker believes playing in the Germany top-flight is actually a downgrade for Mane as the league is not competitive enough.
“Nothing against the club, it’s a great club, but the league is nowhere near a challenge for Mane. He’ll get goals. They win 5-0 every week, only one team can win the league," Saunders told talkSPORT.
“It’s not a challenge. He will get in his armchair, light a cigar up, he’ll play for Bayern in third gear and he’ll coast for two years and ruin the best two years of his life as a footballer," he added.
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Sadio Mane set to pocket £250,000 per week at Bayern Munich
Reports suggest the Senegal winger is set to pocket about £250,000 per week at Bayern Munich up from the £ 100,000 a week he is earning at Anfield.
Mane is believed to be inching closer to a move to the Allianz Arena and will pen a three-year deal once he seals the transfer.