Sadio Mane ‘considering’ move to Barcelona this summer
- Sadio Mane is said to open to a move to Barcelona to link with former manager Ronald Koeman
- Mane scored 18 goals last season as Liverpool won the Premier League
- The versatile forward feels his pursuit of individual achievements cannot be fulfilled at Anfield
- Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Sadio Mane is open to a move to Barcelona this summer.
The pacy winger is said to be considering a move to Spain after becoming frustrated with his role at Anfield.
The Senegal international, alongside Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, has become a fundamental figure at Anfield having helped the club win the Premier League and Champions League in the last two seasons.
However, reports indicate that the winger is keen on the idea of reuniting with former boss Ronald Koeman at Barcelona as he feels it will boost his chances of winning individual honours.
A report by Mundo Deportivo indicates that Mane Mane accepts he has won the respect of people having won trophies in England, but feels that he is not being given the individual respect he deserves after helping his side to their maiden Premier League title with his 18 league goals last season.
The Spanish outlet also adds that Mane feels that no matter how hard he works or how much commitment he shows, he believes the reward always goes to team-mate Salah or captain Jordan Henderson.
Koeman and Mane spent two years together at Southampton, where the Dutchman helped mentor the striker who went on to score 25 goals in 75 games before earning his move to Liverpool.