Sadio Mané’s cousin took to social media to explain what led to the striker attacking Leroy Sané after Bayern Munich’s defeat to Manchester City. The source said that the former Liverpool player later apologized in front of the entire locker room and it was this gesture that led to the Bavarian team leaving with the intention of removing the player immediately.
Mané punches Sané after Bayern’s defeat
In a statement, Bayern Munich gave only a few statements, which say that Sadio Mané will not be invited to the game with Hoffenheim “due to bad behavior” and that he will be paid. Newspaper Bild He adds, however, that the amount of the fine is more than 500 thousand euros and will be the highest in the history of the German group.
The conflict between the two players started on the pitch, in the 83rd minute, when Leroy Sané spoke to Sadio Mané. According to the cousin of Sadio Mané, who is a reporter for a French newspaper Brut FR is Tagged and who remains close friends with the striker, Germany would have mocked the Senegalese player who later lost his mind. Pape Mahmoud Gueye, Sané’s cousin, reveals that Leroy Sané, a German, but the son of a Nigerian father, would have called his friend “negro de m****”.
Sané’s family also confirms that the striker, after being insulted, apologized to Sané and all his teammates in the locker room. “Mané, who apologized to his teammates, was suspended for the match against Hoffenheim. His future at Bayern is not in jeopardy”, wrote Pape Mahmoud Gueye in a post on Twitter.
“Black shit” the words of L.Sané who put Sadio Mané in all his governments.
The former citizen regretted what he said immediately after the fight.
Mané, who apologized to his teammates, is suspended for the game against Hoffenheim. His future at Bayern is not in jeopardy.
— Papa Mahmoud Gueye (@billmahmoud)
April 13, 2023
The truth is that Sadio Mané had one foot from Bayern Munich. According to German media, director Oliver Khan and director Hasan Salihamidzic met to discuss the possible action and contacted the two players. Mané, who had already apologized in the locker room, apologized directly to Sané, in front of the two leaders, and, according to Sport1, it was this gesture that prevented his immediate dismissal.