- Sadio Mane has finally reacted to reports of interests from German giants Bayern Munich and Spanish side Barcelona
- The red-hot Liverpool forward says he is happy in England and he is ready to help the Reds win more trophies
- Reports suggest the Senegalese is on the radar of both Bayern Munich and Barcelona ahead of the summer transfer window
Senegal forward Sadio Mane has responded to reports linking him to German champions Bayern Munich and Spanish giants Barcelona.
The Liverpool star has been on a fine run of form and he is one of the leading contenders for this year's Ballon d'Or.
After netting the winner against Aston Villa to keep Liverpool in the English Premier League title race, Mane disclosed that he is happy in England.
"Yes, I'm happy here, I think when we win trophies I'm happier," he said after the game as quoted by 13 Football.
"I try to enjoy every moment, trying to help my teammates and I find the guys make it a lot easier for me. I am very happy," he added when asked about interest from other clubs.
This means Mane, who current deal expires in 2023, will stay at Liverpool in the summer transfer window.
The 30-year-old has been Liverpool's livewire this season, scoring 22 goals in 48 games as the Merseyside club chase an unprecedented quadruple.
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane pops up on the radar of Bayern Munich
The 30-year-old Senegal forward has been in incredible form this season, but his future in England seems to be getting to an end with Liverpool yet to open contract talks with the winger.
However, according to Sky Sports, Bayern Munich has made contact with the agent of Mane and could make a move for the Liverpool star.
Sadio Mane nets winner as Liverpool beat Aston Villa
It was an interesting encounter as Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, now a manager at Villa, came up against a side he is all too familiar with.
The visitors, despite being heavy favorites in the game, were stunned three minutes into the encounter as Douglas Luiz bundled home the opener after Alisson failed to hold on to the ball.
Source: Sports Brief News