- Sadio Mane has battled with injuries and consistency since moving from Liverpool to Bayern Munich
- Reports have since emerged that the Senegal star and former coach Julian Nagelsmann had a 'bust-up'
- Nagelsmann was reportedly intimidated by Mane but Liverpool fans do not believe that is possible
After Julian Nagelsmann’s sacking from Bayern Munich, more details are making the rounds about what went down.
The German coach was surprisingly sacked by the club and replaced by former Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel.
While the reasons for his sacking have since been revealed, further details about his time at the club have also come to light.
SportBible reported that the former manager allegedly had a furious altercation with Senegalese superstar, Sadio Mane.
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What happened between the two?
The supposed 'bust-up' is said to have occurred after the second-leg Champions League victory over Paris Saint-Germain.
The publication reported that the former Liverpool forward was unhappy that Nagelsmann only brought him on late in the game against the French side.
Mane was brought on in the 82nd minute of the game, which Bayern won 2-0. He even scored a late goal but it was chalked off because he was deemed offside.
The article further stated that Nagelsmann seemed intimidated as the attacker confronted him in the dressing room over his lack of game time.
Mane has only recently returned from an injury which kept him out of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Liverpool fans remain doubtful
With the news currently making headlines, it is the Liverpool fans who remain the most skeptical about the reports, Liverpool Echo reported.
Many were surprised by the news, calling it quite uncharacteristic of the Senegalese star.
With Mane developing a reputation for being one of the nicest guys at Liverpool, fans of the Anfield club couldn’t believe he would now be involved in altercations with a manager.
Mane wants to prove himself
Sports Brief also reported that Mane wants to prove himself to the newly appointed Bayern Munich boss, Tuchel.
The Senegalese star has battled for form and consistency since his move from Liverpool at the end of last season.
With a new manager now in charge, Mane wants to prove to the club they didn’t make a mistake in signing him on.