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“What a ride it’s been!” – Mo Salah leads heartfelt tributes to Sadio Mane from Liverpool



One of the players to pay respect to Sadio Mane, who is leaving Liverpool after an illustrious six years, is Mohamed Salah.

"What a ride it's been!" - Mo Salah leads heartfelt tributes to Sadio Mane from Liverpool

Mane has officially moved from Liverpool to Bayern Munich after a protracted trade in which the two clubs came to an agreement on a deal worth up to £35.1 million.

In the six years after his transfer from Southampton in 2016, the No. 10 has proven essential, making today a sad day at Anfield.

Sadio made Mane’s revolution at the club possible, according to Jurgen Klopp, who called him “one of Liverpool’s best ever players.”

The agreement among his admiring fans is that in 269 appearances, during which he scored 120 goals, provided 48 assists, and won six championships, he solidified his status as a club legend.

Now Salah has added his praise to those offered to Mane, his longtime attacking rival, by praising him on Twitter following his departure from Merseyside:

What a ride it’s been! I’m grateful for all the fun moments and wish you well on your new journey! We all miss you and we love you.

The Egyptian wrote, “It’s been quite a ride!

“Thanks for the fun times, and I wish you the best of luck on your future journey!

We shall all miss you, we say.

It contradicts the idea that Salah and Mane are competitors in attack rather than teammates, with their mutual tenacity occasionally leading to claims of a strained relationship.

Salah was not the only Liverpool player to pay tribute to the 30-year-old; Kostas Tsimikas, Virgil van Dijk, and Jordan Henderson also did so via Instagram stories:

The forward gave everything over his six seasons at Anfield and, in his words, achieved everything, so it is a warm departure rather than a bitter one.

He has joined Bayern for a “fresh challenge” after winning the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, League Cup, Club World Cup, and UEFA Super Cup.

Additionally, he disclosed that he had previously bid his teammates farewell in a “long text” during his leaving interview with LFCTV.

He explained, “I sent a lengthy text to say goodbye to everyone, which is customary.

“They were dejected, just as I was, but that’s life. All we can do is accept it.


1 Comment

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  1. Lematia Benon

    June 23, 2022 at 12:47 pm

    Bye sadio mane,don’t look behind let’s move forward. There is time for every thing.

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