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Senegal international Sadio Mane has reportedly sent 150 gifts to Liverpool as a thank you for the six years he spent at the Premier League club

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Aug-18 12:41 first published at 12:41 PM


Sadio Mane, the Senegal international, is said to have sent 150 gifts to Liverpool as a thank you for his six years at the Premier League club. After leaving Anfield, the 30-year-old joined Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich. He joined the team on June 22nd and signed a contract with them until June 30th, 2025. According to Christian Falk of BILD, the Lion of Teranga sent gifts, portraits, and handwritten cards to every Liverpool employee, from the cleaning lady to the security guard to the players and officials. ‘Sadio Mane sends 150 packages to the employees of @LFC, from the cleaning lady to the security guard, everyone gets a chocolate with a portrait of Sadio and a handwritten card,’ he wrote on Twitter. TRUE✅ Sadio Mané sends 150 packages to @LFC employees ranging from the cleaning lady to the security guard, with each receiving a chocolate with a Sadio portrait and a handwritten card. Christian Falk (@cfbayern) will host #PodcastBayernInsider on August 14, 2022.

Since embarking on a journey to build a school, mosque, and hospital in Senegal, Mane has become well known for his generosity. Aside from construction, he contributed to a variety of humanitarian causes. Mane visited Bambali in Senegal before moving to Bayern, the exact village where the £455,000 hospital he funded was located. Currently, the hospital serves at least 34 villages in the surrounding area. Mane began his professional career at the age of 19 with Ligue 2 club Metz, but he left after only one season to join Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg in 2012, where he won the league and cup domestic double in 2013-14. In 2014, he signed a four-year contract with Premier League club Southampton for £11.8 million. Mane was instrumental in Senegal’s first Africa Cup of Nations victory in Cameroon. The Lions of Teranga reached the final of the 33rd edition, which was held in January, and defeated Egypt on penalties. He made his Bayern debut with a goal, scoring in the 6-1 season opener against Eintracht Frankfurt on August 5 at Deutsche Bank Park. Editors’ Choices Why is Villarreal pursuing Sadiq? Motormouth! Mourinho’s most divisive quotes Is Aribo capable of rescuing Hasenhuttl? The end of the old-school boot sale Glazers on the loose? Sir Jim Ratcliffe is ready to buy Manchester United. Mane’s selfless kindness to Liverpool What message do you have for the Lion of Teranga in light of his most recent gesture?

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