Sadio Mane stance on Bayern Munich transfer exit revealed amid Arsenal and Chelsea links – REAL CHELSEA FANS      

Sadio Mane stance on Bayern Munich transfer exit revealed amid Arsenal and Chelsea links


Bayern Munich star Sadio Mane is understood to be keen on staying in Germany despite reports linking him with a transfer to Arsenal and Chelsea this summer. Bayern are open to selling the 31-year-old just 12 months after signing him from Liverpool after Mane was involved in a bust-up with Bayern team-mate Leroy Sane earlier this season.

The Gunners were given the chance to sign the Liverpool legend in 2012 but decided not to because he wasn’t “impressive enough”. This was just before he signed for Red Bull Salzburg at the age of 20, where he went on to score 45 goals in 87 games.

Arsenal have been urged by Manchester United icon Louis Saha to sign Mane just months after the ex-Liverpool forward was involved in a touching moment with Bukayo Saka at the Ballon d’Or awards ceremony. Incoming Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino wants to add a new forward to the squad ahead of next season and this could see the Blues potentially make a move for the 31-year-old.

Journalist Christian Falk claimed that Bayern would be willing to negotiate a deal that would see Mane leave this summer. He told CaughtOffside:

“Meanwhile, FC Bayern is looking for a buyer for Sadio Mané. “A trade with Osimhen would be appreciated but is unrealistic. Mané is said to earn €12m-net in Munich – Naples doesn’t pay that. “In Munich, however, people took notice, as it is said that Chelsea are interested in signing Mané. FC Bayern would be willing to negotiate if asked.”

However, it seems Mane is not as willing to leave Germany ahead of next season. According to Fabrizio Romano, Mane still wants to stay at Bayern next season with the transfer guru offering an update on the Senegal international’s future on Twitter.

“Mane & his agency ROOF have no plans to leave the club,” Romano wrote. “Mane sees the project at Bayern, he has great relationship with Tuchel and hopes to stay and win titles next season.”

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