There is no Sadio Mane in Thomas Tuchel’s plan.
Mane, who has been active for a long time at Liverpool, led Liverpool’s golden age. In 2016, the first year of his transfer, Mane perfectly adapted to the team, scoring 13 goals and 6 assists in 27 league games, and in the 2018-19 season, he scored 22 goals in the league and became the top scorer. He also won the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) in the 2018-19 season, and Liverpool’s long-awaited league title the following year.
Leaving behind his Liverpool glory, Mane left for Bayern Munich ahead of the season. It was a new challenge for Manet. British media ‘Curt Offside’ said, “Mane has always wanted to take on a new challenge. He made up his mind after last season’s Champions League final, and he clearly conveyed his intention to leave for Liverpool.”
But this season Mane is not smooth. This season he has only 6 goals and 4 assists in 20 games, performing below expectations. He has also been seldom given many opportunities since the arrival of manager Thomas Tuchel, and he is getting further and further away from his plans.토토사이트
There have also been rumors of a sale recently. “Munich will do their best to sell Mane this summer,” said Florian Pelletenberg of Sky Sports’ German office. There is a lot of critical public opinion,” he said.
The reason why rumors of a sale are circulating after one season is not only for football reasons, but also for the aftermath of the recent commotion. Mane also assaulted his teammate Leroy Sane after a 0-3 defeat by Manchester City in the first leg of the quarterfinals of the European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) on the 12th (Korean time).
Mane got into an argument with Sane during the match, and after the match Mane punched Sane in the face, injuring his lip. According to German media ‘Bild’, Manet was said to be in a mentally unstable state following the death of his aunt last week. Mane later apologized to the squad for clouding the atmosphere, but the controversy has not abated. After one season, Mane’s Munich career was on the verge of ending.