If Bayern get Mane, they would let the the Polish striker leave if the price was right
Bayern Munich won't let Robert Lewandowski leave without a replacement. The Polish striker has decided to leave the German side for Barcelona, but an agreement still needs to be reached between the clubs given he has a contract until 2023.
One of the options on the table for Bayern is Liverpool attacker Sadio Mane. The Premier League side's defeat in the Champions League final to Real Madrid has been the detonator for the Sengal international to bring an end to six years at Anfield.
Like Lewandowski, he has a year to run on his deal at his current club, but he surprises on Friday by saying "I will do what the people of Senegal want," adding that "if 60-70% of them want me to leave Liverpool, I will do what they want... but we will see."
According to the Daily Sport, Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic would offer Mane around 20 million euros annually. Paris Saint-Germain are also following the situation. A transfer could cost as much as 50 million.
If Bayern win the race, it could open the door for Lewandowsi's move to Barça.
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