Sadio Mane, Liverpool star, urged by Senegal FA chief Saee Seck to join Real Madrid

Sadio Mane, Liverpool star, urged by Senegal FA chief Saee Seck to join Real Madrid

Sadio Mane who currently plays as a striker for Premier League side Liverpool has been urged by Senegalese FA chief Saee Seck to leave the Reds for a move to Real Madrid.

Real Madrid have been long term admirers of Sadio Mane and there are reports that Los Blancos are preparing a bid for the Senegal international.

Mane was named in the PFA Team of the Year last season after bagging 22 goals in 35 league appearances.

He was also named in the Champions League squad of the season after helping fire Liverpool to European glory.

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"Everybody in the world knows that Mane is in the top ten best footballers in the world and he has achieved significant success at Liverpool in the past season.

“He alongside Mo Salah and Firmino are phenomenal. But this is football and he won the Champions League last season and he has the chance to go to Madrid.

''For me I think it’s the best club in the world, even if I am a Barcelona fan I still think Real is the best and Mane should be thinking of that offer seriously.

“The career of a footballer is very short and sometimes you don’t get the chance a lot so if it’s there, and I think Zidane likes him, why nott?,'' Saee Seck said according to Mirror Sports.

Meanwhile, Sadio Mane and his teammates at the national team will face Tunisia in the semifinal of the AFCON 2019 in Egypt.

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Earlier, had reported how Sadio Mane's house was burgled while the Senegalese was busy tackling Bayern Munich in the Champions League's last-16 match played at Anfield, on Tuesday, February 19.

The burglars took advantage of the opportunity and managed to get away with watches, mobile phones and car keys belonging to the Premier League star. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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