Sadio Mane admits he wants to stay at Liverpool for the rest of his career

Sadio Mane admits he wants to stay at Liverpool for the rest of his career

- Sadio Mane wants to spend the rest of his football career at Liverpool

- The Senegalese made it clear that Liverpool is like a family to him

- Liverpool remain unbeaten this season and they are topping EPL standings

Senegal international Sadio Mane has stated emphatically that he wants to stay at Premier League giants Liverpool for the rest of his playing career.

Sadio Mane joined Liverpool in 2016 from Southampton and has scored 68 goals in 136 appearances for the Anfield landlords.

His current contract with Liverpool will expire in 2023, and after his two complete seasons at Liverpool, Sadio Mane has won the Champions League once.

He also finished among the Premier League highest goal scorers last season sharing the award with Pierre Aubameyang and teammate Mohamed Salah.

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"I am very happy to be part of this great club and I enjoy it. Hopefully I stay here forever

"I've been to some clubs around the world, but Liverpool is unique. It's like a family. The mood is always incredible,'' Mane told Norwegian broadcaster TV2.

Sadio Mane has formed a superb partnership up front at Liverpool with Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino scoring 125 goals between them in three seasons together.

Liverpool have been impressive this season in the Premier League topping the standings and remain unbeaten.

Earlier, had reported how Liverpool striker Sadio Mane confirmed that he still has superb relationship with teammate Mohamed Salah despite their recent fall out in the Premier League.

In September, the Senegal international was seen livid with Mohamed Salah in Liverpool's win over Burnley due to the Egyptian's failure to pass to him.

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