- Sadio Mane was looking a lot different in training on Wednesday
- The Senegalese star left fans stunned with his un-kept hairstyle
- Brazilian star Roberto Firmino has also allowed his hair to grow
There was drama on Wednesday, May 20, when two Liverpool stars Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino arrived training in very different looks, no thanks to their unkempt hairstyles.
Do It Yourself (DIY) haircuts have become a regular occurrence during the ongoing lockdown but Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino seem to be holding on for the real thing.
Both players arrived the Melwood Training Ground looking totally different, but they were all smiles all through the entire session.
Although, fans prepared to monitor how the social distancing guidelines would be applied during training, what caught their attention was Mane and Firmino’s unkempt hairstyles.
The Senegalese international who is always on close-shaves has now allowed his hair grow as it is the case of Brazilian star Firmino.
One fan said about the Senegal international: “Sadio just please get the hair transplant,” while another added: “Ok reopen the barbers and then the Premier League.”
This is coming barely 24 hours that N'Golo Kante stormed their training ground with his head full of hair.
The 29-year-old has an iconic shaved head which has been his style since he arrived in England back in 2015.
Although the likes of Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba have decided to ‘shine their heads’, Kante clearly resisted the urge to give himself a haircut at home.
On his return to Cobham training groung as the Chelsea players train on Tuesday in small groups, Kante was wearing a very different look.
It then became the talking point for fans on social media as they were left stunned by the former Leicester City man.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that In the wake of new coronavirus cases being detected in the Premier League, Tottenham star Danny Rose has stated that players are being treated like mere lab rats.
This is coming barely hours that six new cases of the dreaded infection were confirmed after players and staff of all Premier League clubs were tested as they return to training.
A number of players have aired their opinion on the proposed restart of the league, but Rose believes players are at great risk of contracting the virus.
Latest figures have it that over 35,000 people have died from the infection in the UK alone with close to 250,000 confirmed cases.
Danny Rose who is currently on loan at Newcastle has charged that returning to the pitch will be making him risk his health just to entertain others.
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