Sadio Mane has signed personal terms for a three-year agreement for three years with Bayern Munich ahead of a possible move to Liverpool According to reports.
It is reported that the German champions have received two bids for the Senegalese forward, who was rejected.
But journalist for the football league Fabrizio Romano has said that on Twitter Liverpool know of their desire to move to join Bayern and that the transfer is now in the “final stage’ and is “extremely close”.
As the other forward Mohamed Salah, Mane has just one year remaining on his contract with Anfield and is putting pressure on Liverpool to let go of the player this summer in order to keep him from being sold to the whims of the market next year.
Bayern are hoping to acquire the player for a cut-price price however Jurgen Klopp’s side is determined to never sell him at a price lower than his worth and have put an PS42million price tag to his forehead.
and German outlet Bild report that Bayern aim to be third successful by putting in an PS34.6m bid. Even though they are PS7.4m less than the Reds value, Bayern hope that their new offer will entice Liverpool to let them sell.
The agreement will be a deal that would see the Bavarian company pay PS30.3m upfront, and PS4.3m as add-ons.
Reds manager Jurgen Klopp is not going to oppose Mane’s departure in the event that both clubs agree on a price.
After signing midfielder and defender Ryan Gravenberch of Ajax the previous Monday Bayern sports director Hasan Salihamidzic has been focusing his efforts on the transfer of Mane into the Allianz Arena.
After receiving approval from the Bayern board’s approval to launch an additional bid to purchase Mane and is looking to sign a contract in conjunction with Liverpool quick.
Bild elaborate on this, revealing the fact that Mane’s representative Bjorn Bezemer had a meeting with Salihamidzic in the beginning of May to discuss the possibility of a move.
Liverpool as well as Bayern have a good relationship and this was bolstered by the signing of Thiago Alcantara from Bayern at PS25 million in the month of September of 2020.