Jurgen Klopp Is The ‘main’ reason why Sadio Mane left Liverpool
Former Premier League midfielder Trevor Sinclair has revealed that Jurgen Klopp is part of the reasons Sadio Mane left Liverpool for Bayern Munich. infoguide
Sinclair, speaking on talkSPORT, said: “This Sadio Mane transfer is obviously universally accepted now he’s left Liverpool Football Club as a club legend. But I keep on hearing some fans and ex-players saying ‘I don’t know why he’s left?’ Let me tell you why he’s left.
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“One, I don’t think he’s ever been lauded and appreciated at the football club like Virgil van Dijk or Mo Salah. Two, the fact that Liverpool let his contract go down to the last year kind of suggests that that’s how they felt about him.”
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Sinclair added: “Three, I think the main thing is that Jurgen Klopp lost him when he came out and belittled the AFCON tournament which his manager (for Senegal) Aliou Cisse had to come out and defend the AFCON and said ‘you were coming second until our African players started playing for you’.
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