- Sadio Mané has named his goal against Bayern Munich in the Champions League as his second favourite goal during his six-year stint at Liverpool
- The bonafide Liverpool legend joined Bayern Munich from Liverpool on a three-year deal, where he will earn £ 250,000 a week
- In his six years at Anfield, Mané won the Premier League, the Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Super Cup, FA Cup and Carabao Cup
Newly-signed Bayern Munich forward Sadio Mané has reflected on his time with English side Liverpool.
Mané joined the reigning German champions from Liverpool on a three-year deal worth up to £35million.
According to SkySports, Bayern will pay Liverpool an initial £27.5 million with a further £ 5 million based on appearances and will pay another £2.5 million based on individual and team achievements.
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Recounting his legacy at Anfield, Sadio Mané opened up on his favourite goals among his 120 strikes for the Reds.
"Wow! I will say my first goal at Emirates Stadium against Arsenal on my debut. And then after, my second goal, I will say against Bayern Munich, against Manuel Neuer! Sorry, Manu, I am coming but I think the second goal was also unbelievable! So, I will pick these two goals." He told Liverpool Media.
Mané speaks for the first time after joining Bayern
Sadio Mané has 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.
Mane sends touching farewell message to Liverpool fans
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that 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.