Bayern Munich forward Sadio Mane admits his struggle since his move to Munich, however, his former Liverpool boss Klopp has his backing.
Bundesliga giants Bayern, have been running a monopoly show in the German top flight for the last 10 years. However, this time the team is finding it hard after already being drawn three times and losing once in eight league games. Nevertheless, it is very early to bet against Bayern’s chances of winning the league title. However, the Bayern fans and management worry about their team’s form.
Continuing to talk about struggle, new signing Sadio Mane has gone under a six-game goal drought in Bayern shirt so far.
However, the winger has registered decent figures of six goals so far, in 11 games (all competitions).
Before Bayern’s win over Leverkusen on Friday, questions were raised about manager Julian Nagelsmann after a four-match winless drought in the league.
Meanwhile, Bayern winger Sadio Mane winger who arrived from Liverpool for a deal worth £35.1 million, admits he hasn’t had an ideal start to life at Munich.
Speaking to UEFA.com, Mane says,
It is going well. Switching from one club to another is not easy,
I spent eight very nice years in England, six years at Liverpool [after] two at Southampton, and now I am in a new country.
It is not easy because everything changes so suddenly: people, training, everything. Everything is changing so it is not easy at all.
I need to adapt. I knew that and it came as no surprise. It is happening just the way I imagined it.
People here are welcoming, and they’re real players. People around the club are amazing so I am very happy.
Moreover, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has his complete backing to turn Mane’s fortunes at Bayern Munich.
Klopp insists “everything will be fine” for Sadio Mane at Bayern
There have been negative reviews and anxiousness among the Bayern camp, even in the midst of victories. Moreover, it’s natural to raise questions about the summer marquee signing, Sadio Mane’s form. However, the Senegalese come with all the trophies possible during his time at Liverpool, on his CV.
It is understandable the hiccups Mane is facing at the moment, as similarly, Liverpool finding life hard after Mane’s departure.
Speaking to Sky Germany, Klopp insists “everything will be fine” for both parties.
The Liverpool manager said:
Do I miss him? Yes! But I’m happy too that he’s where he wanted to be
We’ll take care of our problems here.
Sadio is an outstanding player. Everyone in Munich saw that too. He’s absolutely world class. Everything will be fine.
The backing of his former manager, who probably knows Mane more than Mane himself, should be a boost for the Senegal Captain.
We believe in you Mane!