Leroy Sane Pleaded for Sadio Mane to Stay at Bayern Munich : The German international Leroy Sane who was attacked by Sadio Mané at the end of the defeat against Manchester City last Tuesday has reportedly asked for mercy for the African footballer of the Year.
With each passing day, more details come to light about the altercation between Sadio Mané and Leroy Sané.
Mane has been suspended by Bayern Munich for one match and in addition will pay a fine reported to be around 500,000 euros.
As the German newspaper Bild now reveals, the former Liverpool man owes his continuity at the Bundesliga champ precisely to the footballer he attacked at the end of the defeat against Manchester City in the Champions League.
Always according to said newspaper, it was Sané who urged the board of directors headed by CEO Oliver Kahn not to kick out the African soccer player despite the fact that he was physically attacked by the former Liverpool winger.
It was reported that the Bavarians considered the option of terminating Mane’s contract but Sane does not want his teammate to leave the club in this manner.
“Sadio Mané, The 31-year-old will not be in Bayern’s squad for next Saturday’s home game against Hoffenheim.
The reason is Mané’s incorrect behavior after Bayern’s Champions League match against Manchester City. In addition, Mané will receive a fine,” the press release said.
Meanwhile the Senegalese journalist and cousin of the African Footballer of the Year , Pape Mahmoud Gueye, has given his version of what actually happened between Leroy Sane and Sadio Mane.
The mess between Mané and Sané lives a new chapter. After the blow to the lip that Mané gave the German player, from the camp of the former Liverpool footballer they clarify the alleged reasons of Mane to attack his teammate.
At first, it was Sané who addressed Mané in a bad way after not running into space on a ball that the Senegalese asked for.
According to Pape Mahmoud Gueye, the German footballer would have called Mane “black shit” during the dialectical discussion of both and this triggered the subsequent action of the Senegal icon.
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