This Gesture From Sadio Mane Underlines Why He Isn’t Just A Great Player But Also An Amazing Human

Sadio Mane is winning hearts all over the world with this heartwarming gesture

Sadio Mane was one of the most influential Liverpool players and the kind of sting that he brought along with himself was very rarely matched. His departure to Bayern Munich has left open a gap like none other in the attacking unit of the Reds and at the moment, things seem far from solved at Anfield at the end of the two opening contests of the latest edition of the Premier League.

Going by the reports of renowned journalist, Christian Falk, Mane sent a personalized gift to 150 Liverpool employees who were there at the club during his reign of terror as the Reds’ striker. In his hallowed stint at Liverpool, he won every possible trophy at the club level that starred the likes of both Premier League and Champions League.

Here is what Sadio Mane had in store for the employees of his former club

From his 269 appearances for the club, Mane hammered home a staggering 120 goals, playing a substantial role in Liverpool’s uplift under the chaperonage of Juergen Klopp. The Reds had a contract for Mane till 2023 but chose to let go of the proceedings as Bayern roped him in for a deal of $43 million.


Mane’s gift to the Liverpool employees and management included a portrait of himself, a few chocolates and a handwritten card that went from the cleaning lady to the security guards, displaying the warmth that others bring to the field like him. The gesture instantly won over the entire world, highlighting once again why Mane is one of the best in the world, not just as a football player but as a human being.

Despite the addition of Darwin Nunez, Liverpool’s striker problems are still aplenty that has seen them running short of fuel in the latest edition of the Premier League with two draws from two games. Luiz Dias has so far been a decent addition to the squad but the kind of impact that he has left at Anfield so far will need a leap to match that of Mane.


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