Four Premier League Clubs For Sadio Mane : Sadio Mane reportedly has no future at Bayern Munich after he was suspended and fined by the club this season for allegedly punching teammate Leroy Sane after a Champions League defeat at Manchester City.
And four Premier League clubs could be willing to bring him back to England this summer.
But he’s failed to recapture his old form, scoring just seven times in the league after suffering an injury setback that saw him miss the World Cup.
Mane’s frustration then blew over in the changing room when he allegedly struck teammate Leroy Sane following Bayern’s Champions League defeat to Man City.
And the Mail now claims that Thomas Tuchel wants to get rid of Mane.
The former Chelsea boss wants a proper No9 to lead his line next term.
But there’s sure to already a queue of English clubs lining up to bring Mane back to the Prem.
Ironically, Tuchel’s old side Chelsea are thought to be leading the race after a dismal debut season under Todd Boehly.
The Blues are looking to boost their attacking options after netting just 36 league goals.
And Mane would certainly give Mauricio Pochettino the Premier League experience he’s craving from new signings.
Another option for Mane is Arsenal, who appear to have cruelly missed out on their first title in almost 20 years.
Despite leading the race for 93 per cent of the season, the Gunners have seen Man City become champions elect with just two games remaining.
Mikel Arteta has already witnessed the impact made by experienced duo Jorginho and Leandro Trossard.
And Mane would help to further fill the leadership void while giving Arsenal’s talented youngsters another superstar to look up to.
Elsewhere, Newcastle are unlikely to turn their nose up at a player of Mane’s quality.
Eddie Howe looks set to secure a brilliant top four finish, and Mane would be ideal to slot in on either wing, providing much-needed depth and quality.
Finally, Liverpool could yet attempt to re-sign their former fan favourite.
Mane was one of Jurgen Klopp’s most important players as he stormed to Premier League and Champions League glory.
Liverpool never wanted to sell him last summer, but had their hand forced when Mane pushed for the exit himself.
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