The UEFA Champions League is over for Liverpool. Now, they will become busy doing business in the transfer market as the summer transfer window is getting closer day by day. Sadio Mane, the striker of Liverpool, has already heated up the transfer market. He wants to leave Liverpool FC this window. On the other hand, interim manager Ralf Rangnick has confirmed his departure from Manchester United.
What’s next for Sadio Mane?
There have been many rumors about Sadio Mane, but he remained silent all the time. But today, he added some spice to the transfer market as he confirmed that he wants to leave Liverpool FC this summer. Sadio Mane’s contract with Liverpool will expire in the next year. He informed the club that he will not sign any new contract with Liverpool and desired his wish to leave this summer. So, Liverpool must sell him this summer in order to get a transfer fee.
In 2016, Sadio Mane joined Liverpool FC from Southampton FC for a transfer fee of £34 million. Two years later, Mane renewed his contract, which keeps him at Liverpool until 2023. Now he has one year left at Liverpool. But he turned down other offers to renew the contract.
Now the question is, where will Sadio Mane play next season? German side FC Bayern Munich have shown heavy interest in signing him. Sadio Mane also wants to play for the German champion. However, Bayern Munich have already started dealing with Liverpool. They are ready to pay around €30m, but Liverpool are expecting more. The next few days will be decisive for Mane’s future.
Ral Rangnick is leaving Man United.
Manchester United appointed Ralf Ranginck as an interim manager after sacking Ole Gunner Solskjaer. He was also the consultant of this club. But, Ranginck has agreed to join Austria as their permanent manager. So, he decided to leave Manchester United. Today, the club has released a statement about the departure of Ralf Rangnick. They stated that,
We would like to thank Ralf Rangnick for his efforts as interim manager over the past six months. By mutual agreement, Ralf will now focus solely on his new role as manager of the Austria national team and will not, therefore, be taking up a consultancy role at Old Trafford.