- Sadio Mane is renowned for his humility and generosity
- However, the Senegalese star still boasts an impressive range of luxury vehicles
- Mane regularly donates to charity and recently pledged a huge amount of money to combat the spread of Covid-19 in his homeland
Sadio Mane is regarded as one of Africa's most talented and popular sportsmen and he has been extended his generosity to his homeland.
Having made a name for himself at English Premier League giants Liverpool, Mane commands an impressive salary.
However, Mane regularly donates to charity and recently made a massive pledge to aid his country in the fight against the coronavirus.
Mane is a devout Muslim and takes pride in living a modest lifestyle, but has still treated himself when the need arises.
Legit.ng takes a look at the stellar list of cars owned by the African sports star and top of the charts is arguably the Bentley Continental GT - starting price of $325,000.
Another wonderful vehicle in Mane's garage is the Mercedes G Wagon G 63 AMG. Mane boasts another stunning Mercedes in the form of the AMG GLE Coupe.
The collection can be viewed in the below video.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Sadio Mane has been a loyal son to his homeland to the core despite acquiring all his wealth in Europe, cited on Twitter.
The Liverpool striker has reportedly donated €45,000 to help fight the deadly Coronavirus ravaging the whole world.
It is not the first time Mane has been generous to the people of his country, the Senegal international has also built hospitals and schools to help develop his village.
Mane has been in an impeccable form in the past two seasons for the Reds helping them win the Champions League last season.
Legit.ng also reported that Premier League's relegation-threatened sides clubs may be forced to back Project Restart after the English FA stepped in to demand the season is decided by 'sporting merit'.
Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Norwich City occupy the 18th, 19th, and 20th position respectively were ready to stand against plans for their remaining matches to be played at neutral venues.
The clubs claim they would lose their home support in their quest to survive the top with nine matches left to finish the 2019-20 campaign.
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