Mane leaves Anfield after 6 years

After 120 goals, 269 appearances, A Premier League title, Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup, European Super Cup, FA Cup and League Cup victories, Sadio Mane is leaving Anfield and the Premier League.

After two failed bids from Bayern Munich, Liverpool finally agreed to a deal worth £35.1million on Friday to sell Mane to the Bundesliga Champions.

He leaves as the second highest-scoring African player in Premier League history after Mohamed Salah and is set to replace Robert Lewandoski having signed a three-year contract with the German club.

His departure means the Reds will have a new-look forward line for their Premier League opener at Fulham in August, with record transfer Darwin Nunez and January signing Luis Diaz lining up alongside Salah.

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