Sadio Mane clarifies exit comments he made before Senegal faced Benin


Mane scored a hat-trick in Senegal's 3-1 win over Benin yesterday to become his country's all-time leading scorer

Sadio Mane celebrates his goal against Benin in AFCON qualifiers.
Sadio Mane celebrates his goal against Benin in AFCON qualifiers

The Liverpool number 10's future was in doubt before the Champions League final loss to Real Madrid, as he said all would be revealed after the match. Although he is yet to directly tell the club of his wish, it is believed Mane wants to embark on a new challenge elsewhere.

Unsurprisingly, rumours suggest clubs all over Europe are circling, but Bayern Munich are said to be of interest to Mane if he was to leave Anfield in the summer transfer window.

Mane caused a stir on social media with his pre-match comments in the press conference for the Senegal game as he hinted he would leave Liverpool. He said: "Isn't it between 60 to 70% of Senegalese want me to leave Liverpool? I will do what they want. We will see soon! The future will tell us."

But speaking to Canal+ last night after Senegal's 3-1 win, he clarified those comments, saying: "I spoke yesterday while joking with a bit of humour and it was everywhere. I think we'll stop there.

"Liverpool is a club I respect a lot. The fans adopted me since day one. Regarding the future, we'll see."

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