FC Bayern reportedly wants to get rid of Sadio Mané in the summer. The fine for the Senegalese after the attack on Leroy Sané was apparently very high. The newcomer was well received at Thomas Tuchel’s first public training session. All news and rumors about FCB.
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FC Bayern, rumour: fine for Sadio Mané revealed?
Sadio Mané apparently had to dig deep into his pocket for his argument with Leroy Sané. How sky reported that the fine amounted to well over 300,000 euros.
Club president Herbert Hainer had already announced a punishment that would hurt Mané’s wallet. “What happened after the game in Manchester cannot be tolerated. He was punished accordingly. The fine hurts him – even with his salary,” he said Picture-Newspaper, but without giving an exact number.
If the information from sky vote, expert and record national player Lothar Matthäus considers the amount to be appropriate. “I’ve also had a slap from Bixente Lizarazou. She was out of the moment, something happened on the pitch and five seconds later it rattled. In the other case, the situation was fifteen minutes earlier. You go into the dressing room in, at some point you come down, but he went on. That’s why I say: an absolutely correct penalty in height, “he explained on the show Sky90.
Mané is said to earn between 22 and 23 million euros a year in Munich. With such a sum, his weekly salary would be around 423,000 euros.
FC Bayern, News: Sadio Mané is celebrated by fans
FC Bayern Munich fans cheered Sadio Mané frenetically at the first public training session led by coach Thomas Tuchel.
As part of the training group for the substitutes, the around 2,400 spectators present on Säbener Straße cheered for the attacker, who was currently the subject of much criticism, as he made his way towards the fans.
Mané repaid the warm welcome and took around 20 minutes to pose for photos and sign autographs.
FC Bayern, News: Ex-coach raves about Victor Osimhen
Bayern Munich are said to be interested in SSC Napoli’s Victor Osimhen. This has been reported by several media for a few weeks. Now his former coach Martin Schmidt (then VfL Wolfsburg) has commented on the skills of the striker.
“He has incredible potential, is athletic, fast, with a good header, a striker in the box,” said Mainz 05’s current sports director table football. Under Schmidt, the then 19-year-old Osimhen gained his first professional experience in Wolfsburg.
According to Schmidt, the courted goalscorer is “a wild guy” in a positive way, who “kept his heart on the field in every training session”.
Even then he learned from Osimhen that one day he wanted to play in a country other than Germany or Italy. The Premier League was already “his big goal” in 2018. The 24-year-old currently has a contract in Naples until 2025.
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