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Sadio Mane back to Liverpool: Every word Mane has said on Reds with Bayern to ‘axe star’



Although Sadio Mane only joined Bayern Munich at the start of the season, he could take another step this summer.

Due to a disappointing season and worries off the pitch, Sadio Mane’s future at Bayern Munich is in doubt. In a moment of madness that summed up his woes perfectly, the winger was recently fined £250,000 by the club for beating team-mate Leroy Sane after the 3-0 loss to Manchester City.

The Senegal international’s status has undoubtedly been made known to many teams and it has been suggested that he will be ‘given up’ with a return to Liverpool speculatively suggested as an option for the winger. Even though the Reds are planning a major overhaul this summer, the return of a familiar face could provide a temporary solution at Anfield.

However, Mane may be reluctant to go the same route again after turning down offers to extend his contract on Merseyside to force a transfer. Express Sport are investigating what the former Southampton player has said about Liverpool since leaving the club.
You will come back.

The possibility of Liverpool fighting for the prizes is a distant thought at this stage given their struggles this season. However, Mane is confident the team will recover, telling Bild: “Liverpool will be back.” They’ll get through it, I’m sure. Despite his many complaints and tough tests, Jurgen Klopp is undoubtedly the perfect coach.

The players love him so he will lead Liverpool up the ladder from this season.

Mane expressed his willingness to return to Anfield in a farewell interview with Liverpool, which drew mixed reactions from fans. However, he made it clear that he would return as a supporter rather than a player. “Obviously I had a really good time there, and they, wow,” she said. I think playing at Anfield usually gives you so much influence because of the fans. Either way, I adore you and will no doubt miss you.

“I still have my home in Liverpool and all, so of course I’ll be back. I’d love to go back to Anfield one day and say hello to them and of course watch Liverpool play because to me I’ll be the biggest fan to come from Liverpool – after the fans!”


Liverpool FC to benefit greatly from the return of their ‘game breaker’ a boost for Jurgen Klopp 

After Liverpool beat Nottingham Forest 3-2 at Anfield in the Premier League, Ian Doyle provided a talking point

If his performance at Elland Road was an important clue, here came the final confirmation.

Diogo Jota is finally back in his usual groove for Liverpool.

After ending a goal drought that had lasted more than a year with his brace at Leeds United on Monday, the Portuguese found the net again twice to inspire Jurgen Klopp’s side to an unnecessarily nervy three-pointer against Nottingham Forest plagued by relegation.

This time though, Jota’s trademark is back, the striker finally reigniting his reputation as a Reds ‘killer’ by setting them off with the opening goal.

It’s a quality he became known for during his early years at Anfield, especially last season when he finished first in 14 games. No other Reds player could match him.

Given Liverpool’s tendency to concede first during the long periods of Jota’s barren run, the absence of his usual contribution – partly due to lack of form, mainly due to failing first with a hamstring and then for a calf injury – it became quite noticeable.

But, buoyed by Monday’s events, the most welcome feature of him was a timely return for Liverpool as he struggled to break through a stubborn Forest rear.

With 86% possession in the first half – in this respect there can rarely have been such a one-sided opening at Anfield – the Reds struggled to convert that into plenty of meaningful chances, most notably Jota missing with a straight shot free. wide header on the other post a few meters away.

But it was a sign of the player’s growing confidence that he shrugged off that aberration with a quick double-up shortly after the break. The first, after 47 minutes, was a real poacher’s shot, the quickest reacting to Fabinho’s header and nodding hard after Trent Alexander-Arnold’s corner kick caused confusion.

His seconds eight minutes later, however, were those of a confident player when, strangely unnoticed by the Forest defense from Andy Robertson’s free-kick, he controlled the ball with his chest, once again touching it with his thigh. he flew to the far corner.

Jota like so many forwards, has always been a serial scorer. And with seven games to go this season, he still has an opportunity to make up for lost time.

However, Liverpool will simply be happy that “the slotter” is back. He’s been missing.

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