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Ex Liverpool man Sadio Mané’s sacking stance as star left ‘fuming’ by Man United set to leave



Ex-Liverpool man Sadio Mane’s sacking attitude as star left ‘angry’ by Man United wanted to go

Liverpool rivals roundup: Former Liverpool striker Sadio Mane has taken a stand on Bayern Munich’s Julian Nagelsmann deal, while a Man United player is now set to leave.

International matches are almost over in March which means we are getting closer and closer to a return to club play and that means we are going back to Liverpool and playing a game of football again.

Liverpool last played on March 15 when they exited the Champions League in rather soft fashion in the Round of 16 against Real Madrid. Since then, the news of the Reds has become very discreet. Nothing extraordinary happened, days and weeks pass. However, things are happening at other clubs, Liverpool’s domestic and European rivals. In this regard, the game never sleeps. If one club is quiet, the other probably isn’t.

Here, scans the other big sides in the Premier League and across Europe to scrutinize the news happening elsewhere, including a report on the split at Bayern Munich that led to the departure of Julian Nagelsmann and a Manchester United goalkeeper who candidly admitted of his future with the Red Devils.

The Bayern dressing room divided between Nagelsmann

Bayern Munich surprised many by sacking manager Julian Nagelsmann last week, despite the German giants losing just three league games all season. The 35-year-old is considered one of the smartest managers in the game, but the sword fell on him last week. According to Goal, Bayern’s dressing room has been divided over the former RB Leipzig manager, with some wanting him to stay and others preferring him to leave.

Sadio Mané would have been one of the players against Julian Nagelsmann. (Image: Photo by Joachim Bywaletz/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Former Liverpool striker Sadio Mane was reportedly in the latter camp and wanted Nagelsmann’s replacement. Also in the second camp, Manchester City full-back João Cancelo was loaned out. Nagelsmann has been replaced by former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel and it will be interesting to see if Tuchel can bring together a divided dressing room. says: Nagelsmann’s sacking seemed a little harsh considering Bayern are in the Champions League quarter-finals and second in the Bundesliga by one point. But when the locker room is split between one coach, it becomes very difficult to keep the team on track and fighting for the same goals. It remains to be seen whether Tuchel is the man who brings harmony to the team.

The United goalkeeper reflects on the future

Man United goalkeeper Dean Henderson on loan is unlikely to have a future at Old Trafford, according to a report. Henderson, who is on loan from United at Nottingham Forest for the season, is unlikely to play for the club again.

So says Football Insider’s Peter O’Rourke, who said: “The loanee Nottingham Forest goalkeeper has accepted that a return to Man United is now extremely unlikely and the 26-year-old is pushing for a permanent move. this summer.

“Henderson is not ready to play second fiddle and would like a new club to be willing to give him regular first-team minutes so he can force his way back into the England outfit.”

Henderson made just five appearances for United in all competitions last season and admitted in an interview with talkSPORT last summer that he was “angry” after United reneged on their promise to make him the number 1 in the club. says: The life of a second-choice goalkeeper is strange and Henderson probably knows he won’t be signing David de Gea any time soon and so a permanent move could be the best bet for everyone involved.