Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel saw Sadio Mane, who transferred to Al-Nassr (Saudi Arabia), and blamed himself for the transfer, saying that he was also responsible.

Al-Nasr announced the recruitment of Mane through the club’s official social media account on the 2nd (Korean time). His contract is for four years, until 2027, and he wears the number 10 shirt. Former team Munich also announced Mane’s transfer to Al Nasr. After playing just one season in Munich, Mane scored 12 goals in 38 matches before leaving the European stage.

Mane left Liverpool for a new challenge ahead of the 2022/23 season and headed to Munich. moved 

Munich paid Liverpool a transfer fee of 40 million euros (approximately 57.1 billion won) to bring Mane.

However, I was very disappointed with the expected score. He got off to a good start, scoring his debut goal in the DFL-Supercup against Leipzig, which was his debut match, but had a poor performance thereafter. In March, he was accused of assaulting a teammate. After a 3-0 defeat to Manchester City in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals, Mane got into an altercation with Leroy Sane and punched Sane in the face in the locker room, receiving much criticism and even an internal disciplinary action from the club.

Mane, who had been out of the team, expressed his intention to continue challenging in Munich ahead of the new season, but he could not overcome Al-Nasr’s courtship and moved to Saudi Arabia. He is only 31 years old, so eyes are pouring down on Manet, who is already leaving the European stage.

Right before Al-Nasr’s transfer was announced, Mane said in an interview with Sky Sports, “It hurts my heart to leave Munich. I thought I could help the team this season. I wanted to prove it to everyone. I wanted,” he regretted.

Coach Tuchel, who watched this situation all along, also blamed himself for being responsible. According to the British Daily Mail, Tuchel said, “(Manet) hugged him big before he left.”

“I completely understand that Mane was deeply hurt. I feel so bad too. I am also responsible for not living up to his full potential,” he said, blaming himself for not paying enough attention to Mane.

Munich plans to fill the vacancy left by Mane through the signing of Tottenham Hotspur ace Harry Kane. On the 31st, CEO Jan-Christian Dresen flew to London, England, and discussed with Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy.먹튀검증

There is still a clear difference between the two clubs, but Munich is confident in signing Kane, and reports are continuing in Germany that they will pay 85 million pounds (approximately 141.1 billion won), the highest transfer fee ever recorded for the club.

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