Bayern Munich forward Sadio Mane angrily refuse to grant an interview with a German journalist, blasting the entire German media for “killing him everyday.”
In a viral footage, Sadio Mane furiously blanked the German reporter who was approaching him for an interview.
Mane refused to stop and talk with the reporter and reacted with angry words saying, “you kill me everyday. You want me to talk to you guys, Come on.”
The reporter seemed taken aback as Mane continued to mutter angry words as he walked pass.
Mane’s angry outburst is not unrelated to his disappointing spell with Bayern Munich since joining the the club from Liverpool for £35m.
After helping Liverpool reach three Champions League finals, winning one, including a Premier League title, Sadio Mane asked to leave the club and was reportedly eager for a new challenge with Bayern Munich on his trail.
At Allianz Arena, Sadio Mane’s career has taken a wild tumble. Mane has struggled to break into the team’s starting lineup and has cut a frustrated figure on the Bavarians’ bench since he joined the club.
Despite his travails at the club, Mane was ready to continue with the club, fighting for his place in the team, and winning titles but it appears his dwindling fortunes at the club will not abate soon.
Sadio Mane’s Bayern Munich misfortunes took a sharp turn for the worst when he suffered a grinding injury blow that ruled him out of the 2022 World Cup.
After months on the sidelines, the Champions League and Premier League winner was back to action with the Bavarians but has continued to struggle for a starting berth.
Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel reiterated the competition in Bayern Munich attack is high and the likelihood of Sadio Mane muddling through the stiff contention for a starting berth is low.
It is understood Sadio Mane has been axed off Thomas Tuchel’s Bayern squad plan next season and the Senegal forward is linked to an exit from the club this summer.
Sadio Mane linked to Al Nassr
We reported earlier Sadio Mane is eyeing a move away from Bayern Munich this summer after his disappointing first season with the club.
There are reports linking him to Inter Milan and other top European clubs but his next realistic destination is Al Nassr.
Mane’s representatives have held talks with Al Nassr in Portugal and are planning for another meeting to push through a deal with the Senegal forward.
According to reports, Sadio Mane has reached an agreement in principle with Al Nassr for a three-year deal.
Bayern Munich are ready to let him leave this summer. A move to Al Nassr could see the Bundesliga winner join the list of high-profile players that have flocked into the Saudi League this summer.