Sadio Mane 'Agrees Three-Year Deal With Bayern Munich'
Sadio Mane has reportedly agreed a three-year deal with German champions Bayern Munich.
Mane, 30, still has one year remaining on his current contract with Liverpool but has been strongly linked with a move away from Anfield this summer.
Mane has refused to comment on questions about his long-term future but said he would give a ‘special’ answer after the Champions League final, which the Reds lost 1-0 to Real Madrid on Saturday.
 That’s the story today from Bild, who claim that personal terms between the player and his potential new club have been entirely sorted and a three-year deal worth around €20M per season—which works out to around £325k per week—has been negotiated.
Getting a transfer fee sorted, though, could be more difficult with Bild claiming that Bayern believe that a €30M fee would reflect Mané’s fair value given the player has just one year remaining on his current contract with Jürgen Klopp’s side.
For their part, reports from journalists with ties to Liverpool suggest the club see Mané as being worth €50M this summer, and every piece of evidence from the past suggests that Liverpool aren’t likely to move very much on their valuation of the player.
It’s possible add-ons Liverpool consider achievable could help to bridge the gap and establish a compromise, but if Liverpool believe that Mané’s value to the club in 2022-23 would to exceed Bayern’s offer it’s hard to see a deal getting done.