Senegalese Sadio Mane gave a first shock to his former club, Liverpool, and his old Egyptian colleague, Mohamed Salah, after German reports revealed that the newly arrived star at Bayern Munich will receive a higher weekly salary than the “Pharaoh” of up to 415,000 euros.
The German newspaper “Bild” said that the initial reports of Mane’s salary were not accurate at first, and it is true that he would receive 19.8 million euros annually, equivalent to 1.65 million euros per month (415,000 euros per week), which is considered a double jump, as he was receiving a quarter of this amount in his club, Liverpool. , equivalent to 5.6 million euros annually.
The German newspaper’s report comes hours after Liverpool announced the extension of Mohamed Salah’s contract and raised his salary to more than 350 thousand pounds, without mentioning his salary precisely, which prompted the Germans to consider Mane’s salary higher than Salah, calculating that the Egyptian star would receive 350 thousand pounds per week (406). thousands of euros), which is nine thousand euros less than what Mane, who was considered the highest paid African player, gets.
Mane had hinted on more than one occasion to his anger at the way he was treated by the Liverpool administration compared to Mohamed Salah, despite his high technical capabilities and his contributions to building the team tactically and his leadership to the podiums locally and European, before he made his final decision to leave for Bayern Munich. Which angered the Liverpool fans, who believed that it was necessary to stick to a player of the size and value of Mane if Liverpool wanted to achieve new titles.
On the other hand, the newspaper “Daily Mail” refuted what is rumored in Germany, noting that Mane is not in the top ten list of the highest paid players in the world, while Mohamed Salah ranks fourth with 400,000 pounds per week (464,277 euros), not 350,000 pounds. Sterling pounds, as it is reported, behind the stars of Paris Saint-Germain, the French international Killian Mbappe (one million pounds per week), the Argentine star Lionel Messi (960,000), then the Brazilian Neymar da Silva (606 thousand).
She explained that Mohamed Salah surpasses the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, the giant Manchester United, who in turn fell to fifth place with a weekly salary of 385,000 pounds, equal to the salary with the Belgian Kevin De Bruyne with Manchester City, while the latter’s colleague, the Norwegian, Erling Haaland, is in seventh place with a salary of up to To 375,000 pounds, the same wage that Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea receives. The Frenchman, Antoine Griezmann, loaned from Barcelona to Atletico Madrid, came in ninth place, with a salary of 356 thousand pounds per week, and the Polish Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich star, ranked tenth with 350 thousand pounds per week.
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