FOOTBALL – PSG Mercato: Sadio Mane, the answer has fallen for the Paris SG!

PSG Mercato: On the departure this summer, Sadio Mane is announced at Paris SG to replace Angel Di Maria. The Liverpool striker has decided for his future.

PSG Mercato : Sadio Mane is not interested in Paris SG

With one year left on his contract, Sadio Mane has made the resolution to leave Liverpool. Not feeling sufficiently valued, the 30-year-old striker wants to join another team in Europe‘s elite this summer. Looking for a successor to Angel Di Maria, who will leave the club at the end of his lease on June 30, Paris Saint-Germain is interested in the profile of the Senegalese international of the Red Devils. While the English club would demand between 30 and 50 million euros for Sadio Mane, PSG would be ready to launch a major offensive in the coming weeks to get the former FC Metz forward.

According to the latest echoes of Sport Bild, Mane has already said Goodbye to his teammates and his coach Jürgen Klopp has also given his green light for a possible transfer of the player. Arrived in July 2016 from Southampton for a check of just over 41 million euros, the Sedhiou native is therefore preparing to turn the page with Liverpool. But not necessarily to land in Paris SG.

PSG Mercato: Mane at Bayern to replace Lewandowski

Indeed, according to information gathered by the Spanish media Relevo, Sadio Mane would have no desire to sign for Paris Saint-Germain if he leaves Liverpool this summer. Eager to join a dressing room where he would be important, Mane does not intend to come to PSG to play the wipers of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe. The compatriot of Gana Gueye would like to go to Bayern Munich to take the place of a Robert Lewandowski who has engaged in arm wrestling with his management for a departure this summer.

The African Golden Ball 2021 would have already agreed with the Bundesliga champion on the basis of a three-year contract and would wait for the two clubs to find a common ground for his transfer. Paris SG will not see Mane arrive at the Parc Princes this summer.

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