Sadio Mane Reveals His ‘Regrets’ About Bayern Munich Transfer, Claimed By Dietmar Hamann

By their high standards, the Bundesliga’s juggernauts have had a nightmare start to the regular season, drawing three games and now losing one. After leaving Liverpool in the summer for a reported £27.5 million, forward Mane had another miserable afternoon.

The African Player of the Year struggled to succeed in Robert Lewandowski’s central striker position for the majority of a decade. And Bayern supporters have already vehemently demanded that he be fired.

Dietmar Hamann, a former Reds midfielder, claims that the winger hasn’t blended well into the Bayern dressing room since moving to the Allianz Arena.

After six years on Merseyside, Mane requested to leave Anfield before the end of the previous campaign. The Senegal star was eager for a fresh challenge.

The winger had a strong beginning in Bavaria, scoring three goals in his first three games. However, he has since gone five games without scoring.

Due to Bayern’s strength in wide areas, which includes Leroy Sane, Kingsley Coman, and Serge Gnabry, Mane is playing in a central position.

Hamann admitted to GMX that he is not integrated and that he saw him play through the middle for Liverpool FC.

He does not believe that he now serves in the same capacity at FC Bayern. He performs best when he approaches from the outside. I don’t get the impression that he is joyful.

Other players, like Leroy Sane, Jamal Musiala, or the injured Lucas Hernandez in defense, are giving excellent performances.

Mane is not currently being discussed. He seldom participates in the game and seems lonely. FC Bayern needs to take control of that.

Despite the severe criticism leveled at the Senegalese star, Bayern’s midfield and offense have had trouble getting going this season under Julian Nagelsmann. That is despite Mane scoring three goals in three victories to start the season back in August.

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