Bayern Munich ‘could sell Sadio Mane’ as Liverpool icon to apologise

Bayern Munich could reportedly sell Sadio Mane as one of several punishments being considered by the German club after the Liverpool icon was involved in an altercation with team-mate Leroy Sane. Winger Sane was apparently left with a bloodied lip following an alleged bust-up with Mane after Bayern were beaten by Manchester City in the Champions League this week. 

Reports in Germany claim that Mane will apologise to his colleagues when they meet for training today (Thursday). Bayern stars will link up for the first time since being hammered 3-0 by City on Tuesday. 

Mane and Sane were seen arguing on the pitch late in the game, with Thomas Tuchel’s side torn apart by the Premier League outfit. It is claimed that the tension continued in the dressing room after the game and the former City man was left with a bloodied lip following the altercation. Some reports have claimed Mane ‘punched’ his team-mate, although neither Bayern nor Mane have commented on the supposed incident. 

Bayern executives apparently met on Wednesday to debrief after a horrid night for the reigning Bundesliga champions. They are allegedly considering a range of punishments for Mane, including selling the striker when the summer transfer window opens. 

According to Sky in Germany, a sale is among several different sanctions being mooted by those in charge at Bayern. Other possible punishments apparently include a fine or a suspension. 

The report adds that Mane travelled back from the airport in a private car after Bayern landed back in Germany. Sane took the team bus with the rest of his colleagues. 


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