Bayern Munich, one of the biggest in Europe, has just confirmed his new signing, with which he seeks to repeat the feat he achieved in 2020, when he won the Champions League and a couple of months later Club World Cup.
To achieve this, the Germans are reinforcing the offensive zone, in which they have players like Leroy Sané, Serge Nabry, Kingsley Coman y Thomas Müllerwho have been figures in the time they have been playing in the Allianz Arena.
Given the doubts that have been sown by the possible departure of the Polish striker Robert Lewandowskiwho is 33 years old and confirmed in recent weeks, while he was concentrated with his national team to play the matches of Nations Leaaguehis willingness to leave the team he joined in July 2014 and go to F.C Barcelona of Spain, those of Munich They seem to have found a replacement for him.
This is the Senegalese end Sadio Mané, which today was presented as Bayern’s new signing for next seasonwhich will have a tight schedule because the World Cup, instead of being in the summer, will be between November and December, so the preseason must start no later than the second week of July.
The former companion of the Colombian louis diaz was transferred from Liverpool between 30 and 32 million eurosplus nine in variants, as confirmed by the specialized portal in soocer Goal.com. The contract he signed this Wednesday, June 22, is for three seasons (ends in 2025) and it is estimated that his salary would be 292,000 Euros per week, as announced Sports world.
Sadiowho has just scored 23 goals in the 2021/2022 season with the English team, is one of the most renowned attackers in the world, which even led to speculation, after he won the African Cup of Nationswho could be one of the strong candidates to win this year’s Ballon d’Or, along with the French Karim Benzema.
The German Bundelsiga will start on August 5. By that date it will be known if Mané will be the footballer who leads the German team or will share that position with Robert Lewandowski. The transfer market continues to give surprises in European football.