Agent ‘Mane’ blames the media for receiving too low wages for ‘Swans’

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The representative of Bayern Munich star Sadio Mane has responded to reports that Liverpool’s weekly wages are undervalued. Make many people think The transfer of the UFABET team this time was mainly because of the money.

Bacary Cisse the public relations representative for new Bayern Munich striker. Sadio Mane has criticized the media. The Senegal national team earns just £100,000 a week from Liverpool. About 4.4 million baht making him decide to move to the German Bundesliga. Because his wages are more than double.

The Southern Tigers reportedly paid the 30-year-old winger 250,000 pounds a week, or about 11 million baht on a three-year contract, which is more than the wages of the football season at Anfield. Makes referred not to renew the new contract with the end of the 6-year journey with the Reds by penning with Beer City Champions League with a value of 35 million pounds or approximately 1,541 million baht

Recently, the representative of this star player. Has come out to clarify the facts about the salary with TV5MONDE , stating that it is a false rumor. numbers too low We don’t want to talk about that. Talented players like Sadio don’t get the salary people talk about. That number is terribly wrong. Sadio earns more than that. When he joined Liverpool from Southampton He extended his contract in 2018 and his salary is much higher than the figures published in the media.” 

At the same time, he also denied that the players want to win the Ballon d’Or this season, insisting that it is a personal award that anyone would want. If Mane receives it, it is a pleasure. But if not, he will continue playing football in his own way. But he didn’t want to talk too much about it.  

In addition to the matter of wages that have already increased high speed offensive line also wants to leave the Red Machine because he wants to meet new challenges as well after moving from Saints since 2016 before playing 269 games, scoring 120 goals and successfully winning the English Premier League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and UEFA Champions League each time