Transfer News: Bayern Munich are expected to arrive in Liverpool to persuade the Reds to sell Mane. - CoolBaze.com

Transfer News: Bayern Munich are expected to arrive in Liverpool to persuade the Reds to sell Mane.

According to the German club, Sadio Mane wants to move to Munich. Following the player’s decision, ‘The Mirror’ says that Bayern will travel to Liverpool to speak with the club in the hopes of completing his deal.

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Bayern Munich is aware that Robert Lewandowski wishes to leave the club, and they are scrambling to find a suitable replacement. Sadio Mane has been identified as the major target for the German club.

Mane has already told Bayern that he wants to play for them, according to recent reports. He has a contract with the club until 2025. The German club still faces the most difficult stage of the negotiations. This includes reaching an agreement with his current club, Liverpool, on the Senegalese’s price.

According to the Mirror, Bayern Munich is putting everything on the line to complete the acquisition. The club will send a number of key figures to Liverpool on Friday to actively negotiate Mane’s price tag with the Reds.

According to the aforementioned source, Hasan Salihamidzic, Bayern’s sporting director, will lead the team to Merseyside. Julian Ward, his Liverpool counterpart, will be in charge of the proceedings.

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Liverpool is seeking €49 million for their player. Bayern Munich’s most recent bid for him was just over 29 million euros, significantly less than Liverpool’s desired sum.

Bayern Munich is adamant about wanting Mane, and they hope to persuade Liverpool to accept a new offer that will satisfy all parties. This story’s conclusion could be determined on Friday. Salihamidzic intends to return to Munich this evening after concluding the Senegalese agreement.

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