Former Liverpool star, Dietmar Hamann has reiterated that that Sadio Mane has made up his mind to join Bayern Munich next season.
Mane presently has one year left on his current deal at Anfield.
The Senegalese international has been heavily linked with a move away from Liverpool to Bayern in recent days.
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Bayern Munich are reported to have had a £25million bid for Mane rejected by Liverpool, but with three months left of the summer transfer window, the Bundesliga champions are likely to return with another offer.
“Yeah, what I hear is that he wants to come to [Bayern] Munich,” Hamman told talkSPORT.
“He has made it pretty clear that he thinks his time in Liverpool is up and he wants to come and now it is a matter of how much Liverpool will want for him.
“Obviously, Robert Lewandowski wants to join Barcelona, he only has a year left on his contract, so I think Bayern Munich will want to get both deals done in the next few days or next few weeks, but I think it is very likely that he plays his football here next year.”
Style of play
Mané was described as a complete player who plays with ‘high levels of intensity and concentration’ by Liverpool teammate Fabinho.] Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher called Mané a “world-class winger”, comparing him to the likes of former Liverpool player John Barnes. He was compared to Cristiano Ronaldo by former Ajax defender Danny Blind, who praised him for his ability to score with either foot and headers, along with making “astonishing” sprints.
A versatile forward, Mané is a prolific goalscorer, whose main traits are his finishing, speed, technique, and trickery in possession, as well as his decision-making, tactical awareness, creativity, agility, balance, control, touch on the ball, and dribbling skills. He has drawn praise in the media for his intelligent play, passing, and his ability to get into good positions, from which he can score goals or create chances for teammates
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