Bayern Munich forward Sadio Mane could be on his way out of Germany to join Saudi Arabia Pro League side Al-Nassr.
Having joined the Bavarians from Liverpool, the Senegalese winger endured a difficult season scoring seven goals in 25 league matches.
His first setback occurred last November when he suffered an injury against Werder Bremen which prevented him from representing Senegal at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Life in Munich became tougher for Mane as he received a suspension for punching teammate Leroy Sane after the club surrendered in the Champions League defeat to Man City.
According to reports, Bayern Munich is willing to sell the Senegal international, who is expected to relocate to Saudi Arabia.
Mane is believed to have held talks with Al-Nassr who have submitted £34m for the 31-year-old.
If Mane agrees to join Al-Nassr, he will be playing alongside former Premier League stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Alex Telles who both played for Manchester United.
It would also present him an opportunity to face former teammate Roberto Firmino who joined Al Ahli earlier this month.
Having joined from Southampton in 2016, Mane enjoyed an incredible tenure at Anfield, where he won the Champions League and Premier League while scoring 120 goals in 269 appearances.
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