Sadio Mane, a forward for Bayern Munich, may be leaving Germany to play for Al-Nassr in the Saudi Arabian Pro League.
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The Senegalese winger, who joined the Bavarians from Liverpool, had a challenging season, scoring seven goals in 25 league games.
His first setback was in November of last year when he was hurt playing for Werder Bremen and was unable to represent Senegal in the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
After the club capitulated in the Champions League loss to Man City, Mane’s life in Munich got harder when he was suspended for hitting teammate Leroy Sane.
The Senegal international, who is scheduled to move to Saudi Arabia, is reportedly eager to be sold by Bayern Munich.
Mane is thought to have discussed a deal with Al-Nassr, who have offered £34 million for the 31-year-old.
If Mane accepts the offer to play for Al-Nassr, he will team up with former Premier League all-stars Alex Telles and Cristiano Ronaldo, who both played for Manchester United. Additionally, he would have the chance to compete against Roberto Firmino, a former colleague who recently joined Al Ahli.