Bayern Munich's offer to Liverpool striker Mane mocks Spartak Moscow

11 June, 2022
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Bayern Munich's offer to Liverpool striker Mane mocks Spartak Moscow

The Russian football club, Spartak Moscow, has mocked Bayern Munich's attempts to sign Liverpool striker Sadio Mane, the Senegalese.


According to the British newspaper, The Times, Bayern Munich made an offer to include Mane for 30 million pounds, along with some other additions related to crowning the Golden Ball, winning trophies and scoring goals, an offer that opened the door to ridicule.


And Spartak Moscow, through his account on Twitter, published a satirical picture of a letter as if Bayern Munich had sent it to the Russian team to sign one of its players. And the false letter stated: “We would like to submit a transfer offer for the player Alexander Sobolev, and we offer an advance of 1,000 euros, along with other additions as follows:


€10 million if Bayern Munich wins Eurofin (singing competition).


 15 million euros if Manchester United win the cup.


20 million euros if Lionel Messi joins Real Madrid.



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