“Of course, we will beat Liverpool.” If the two sides meet in the Champions League this season, Sadio Mane will be looking to avenge his first defeat with Bayern Munich. As a result, the £34m forward says he will specialize in everything. ‘ Trophy in the first advertising and marketing campaign.
Sadio Mane supported Bayern Munich and beat his former club Liverpool last season.
Mane has signed a three-year deal with Bayern Munich worth £250,000-a-week.
Mane scored again for Bayern in the Champions League in 2019.
He is looking to do something similar for Liverpool in the 2022-2023 season.
Sadio Mane has predicted that Bayern Munich could beat his former club Liverpool in the Champions League later this year.
Mane ended his six-year spell on Merseyside by signing a three-year deal worth £250,000-a-week at the Allianz Arena in June.
The Senegalese star looks back fondly on his time at Liverpool, yet insists he will show his former club no mercy at this year’s Champions League domestic event.
Sadio Mane (above) backed Bayern Munich to beat his former club Liverpool last season.
Asked if his move to Bayern Munich in 2019 was his all-time favorite objective, Mane joked that it was faster than going backwards and insisted that the next time they beat German side Liverpool.
Speaking to the official Bundesliga e-newsletter, Mane said: “I said maybe my favorite, but now I’ll say second choice, not my first, because he’s my partner.”
We had a game. It’s behind us. We’ll beat Liverpool as soon as possible, like Bayern Munich.’
Mane previously scored for Bayern in the Champions League in 2019, again for Liverpool.
Mane, who arrived at Anfield from Southampton in 2016 for £34m, made his last appearance for the Reds in the Champions League final against Real Madrid.
Mane hinted before that match in Paris that his future may lie away at Anfield, confirming his intention to leave less than 24 hours after the full-time whistle.
Fans are unhappy with the 30-year-old’s departure as he was key to Jurgen Klopp’s success with Liverpool.
That means Bayern will be looking to recreate a similar success in Munich and have no intention of following Liverpool’s approach.
But Mannemann was part of the Liverpool squad that again knocked Bayern out of the Champions League in the round of 16 in 2019. Still, he insists that the German team will win in the final round.
Mane said he is focused on serving Bayern Munich next season with “all the trophies”.
Mane scored 10 goals in 10 video games when he found himself online again in 2019 under the guidance of Bayern Munich.
The forward raced onto the ball out of the sky on the edge of the defender Rafinha’s sector and took a great first touch where he wanted it.
Manuel Neuer ran in again here, and Mane calmly slotted past the goalkeeper to help Liverpool secure their 3-1 win.
It’s an intention that Mane won’t overlook any time soon and he will look to make a major effort at Liverpool next season.
Mane disputed his ambitions at Bayern, saying: “I don’t think it’s easy [to win the Champions League]. I want to be clear. If you play for Bayern Munich, I bought it here, I won it here. It’s possible for everyone. Video games.
“Of course, to win all the trophies.” Of course, before the start of the season, we aim to win all the trophies possible. I’m here to help my teammates and fulfill my purpose.’