Sadio Mane, the talented footballer known for his time at Liverpool and Bayern Munich, has made a significant move to join the Saudi Pro League side, Al Nassr. The transfer deal has been finalized, and the 31-year-old winger is set to earn an astonishing £650,000 per week in his new club.
Mane’s contract with Al Nassr spans until 2027, providing him with the opportunity to earn an estimated total of £136 million if he sees through the entire deal. This move comes after his one-year stint at Bayern Munich, where he joined last summer in a £35 million transfer from Liverpool.
Unfortunately, Mane’s time at Bayern took a sour turn when he had an unfortunate altercation with his teammate Leroy Sane, resulting in him being dropped from the squad and fined. Despite his challenges, Mane managed to score 12 goals in 38 appearances during his tenure at the German club.
While he may have faced some difficulties in his recent football journey, Mane’s performances over the years have been nothing short of outstanding. During his time at Liverpool, where he arrived from Southampton in 2016, Mane made 269 appearances and netted an impressive 120 goals across all competitions.
His contributions were integral to the club’s success, leading them to victories in prestigious competitions like the Premier League, the Champions League, the FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Super Cup, FA Cup, and Carabao Cup.
This new chapter in Sadio Mane’s career promises exciting opportunities and challenges in the Saudi Pro League with Al Nassr. Football fans around the world eagerly await to witness his skills and dedication shine once again on the pitch.