- New Bayern Munich attacker Sadio Mane has thanked Liverpool fans after his transfer to the Bavarians giants was confirmed
- The Senegalese international spent six years with Liverpool where he won every available trophy to him
- His next chapter now leads him to Germany where he has put his signature on a three-year contract
Sadio Mane has left an emotional and a gratitude message to Liverpool fans after his Bayern Munich transfer was confirmed.
Mane had said after Liverpool's Champions League final loss to Real Madrid that he will assess his options. Only one year was remaining n his Liverpool contract.
Bayern Munich have now officially unveiled Mane as their new player in a three-year deal that will see him stay in Munich until 2025.
And seemingly not wanting to forget his home for the last six years, Mane took to his Instagram page to write a message to Liverpool fans, thanking them for the wonderful time they spent together.
Hi, dear fans!!
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Difficult to find the right words for this. I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart, I am so pleased to be a very small part of this incredible success we had together during the last 6 years.
You were always there. In good and in bad times. I never will forget this. Thank you again.
You never walk alone.
Sadio Mane explained why he left Liverpool for Bayern Munich
Sports Brief had earlier reported that Sadio Mané had shed light on his move to reigning German champions Bayern Munich. The 30-year-old arrived in Munich yesterday ahead of his proposed move to the Bavarian giants after spending six successful seasons with Liverpool.
Although his deal with the six-time European champions is yet to be officially announced, Mané has gone through the mandatory medicals. The Senegalese is expected to sign a contract until 2025.
Sadio Mané had arrived in Munich ahead of the mega move to German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich. The 30-year-old is set for his medical before signing a three-year deal to join the Bavarians from English outfit Liverpool.
Source: Sports Brief News