Former Liverpool Star Sadio Mane Reveals Why He Does Not Like PlayStation in Breathtaking Comments

Former Liverpool Star Sadio Mane Reveals Why He Does Not Like PlayStation in Breathtaking Comments

Babajide Orevba
  • Sadio Mane is one man who is not known for a flamboyant and luxurious lifestyle and the striker seems contented
  • The Bayern Munich forward has disclosed that he never liked PlayStation, saying he sees it as time-wasting
  • The former Liverpool superstar added that he has never been to a party as well, as he does not want to waste his time

Senegal star Sadio Mane has disclosed that he never liked PlayStation because he thinks the gaming device wastes precious time.

The 30-year-old who recently signed for German club Bayern Munich is one man who lives a reserved lifestyle, far from flamboyance and visible luxury.

Liverpool Offside reports that Mane is someone that eschews distractions in favour of a single-minded focus that will see him succeed in the game of football.

Sadio Mane, Liverpool, Bayern Munich, PlayStation
Sadio Mane says he does not like PlayStation saying it's time-wasting. Photo: Andrew Powell
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Despite that quite a number of footballers derive joy and relaxation by playing video games, Mane believes it is an act of time-wasting.

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Speaking to WiwSport, the former Liverpool star said:

“I never liked it, I never played the PlayStation. I think it is something that’s wasting your time. I do not want to lose mine against anything in the world.
“I have never been to a party myself. It never went through my head. If I do not give everything I have to be a good player, I’ll never make it.”

Mane spotted in Bayern Munich training

Meanwhile, newly-signed Bayern Munich forward Sadio Mane has commenced full-scale training with the reigning German champions.

Mane switched the Premier League for the German top-flight after spending six seasons with Liverpool in a deal worth £35.1 million.

The 2021 AFCON winner penned a lucrative three-year deal with the Bavarian giants, making him the highest-paid African footballer with a weekly wage of £250,000.

Mo Salah surprises Liverpool fan in Greece

Sports Brief earlier reported that days after extending his Liverpool contract, Mohamed Salah is enjoying his last days of the vacation on the Greek island of Mykonos.

It is here where the Liverpool star surprised a Liverpool fan by buying her a drink and signing an autograph leaving the fan speechless.

Salah recently put his immediate future to rest after he agreed to a new three-year deal at Liverpool. The new deal made him the best-paid Premier League player and the best-ever in Liverpool's history.