French press reports confirmed on Thursday that Senegalese striker Sadio Mane, who plays for Bayern Munich, has accepted an offer from Saudi club Al-Nasr to join during this summer’s Mercato.
And L’Equipe reported in a report that Sadio Mane’s move to the Saudi league is not yet officially complete, but the Senegalese player has agreed in principle to an offer submitted to him by Al-Nasr club Al-Alami to become the Saudi club’s third deal in the current summer transfer period, after Ivorian Siko Fofana and Croatian Marcelo Brozovic.
The newspaper reported that Sadio Mane, 31, joined the Bayern squad last year from Liverpool, where he made 38 appearances with the German side, scoring 12 goals and providing five assists in all competitions.
The Senegalese striker has received permission from Bayern Munich to negotiate with Saudi clubs interested in his inclusion, and he may want to play alongside Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, club captain Al Nasr.
This comes after the player left the accounts of Thomas Tuchel, the team’s manager, who has no intention of counting on him next season, according to what German publication Bild has confirmed in recent days.