Liverpool fans have entered panic mode after The Mirror have reported that Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus are all interested in signing forward Sadio Mane.
Last month’s Premier League Player of the Month has had a terrific start to his Liverpool the season, picking up where he left off last year, and his performances have turned the heads of some of Europe’s elite.
The Senegal international has found the net three times in five appearances this season for Jurgen Klopp’s side, though will spend the next three games on the sidelines after being suspended.
A hugely popular figure in our bar, our resident Reds here in the Transfer Tavern could really do without such rumours.
Mane saw red card against Manchester City last week for a controversial high tackle on City keeper Ederson, that left the Brazilian floored for a number of minutes and stretchered off the field.
After his terrific start, Barcelona are thought to have turned their attention to Mane after their failed coup for fellow Reds star Philippe Coutinho, while La Liga rivals Real Madrid and Serie A giants Juventus are also monitoring the situation.
Liverpool fans, who have had the turmoil of Coutinho’s transfer saga to contend with over the summer, are understandably worried over the latest rumours …
What the hell
— Adi Purwanto (@_AdiPurwa) September 17, 2017
Funny thing is if Real…Barca and Juventus clubbed together they still could now afford Mane…they would have to sell their top stars #LFC
— Roachy (@roachyuk) September 17, 2017
Barcelona want Mane do they? Who’d have thought it!!!???
— The LFC Community (@LFCCommunity) September 16, 2017
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus are all reportedly interested in Sadio Mane pic.twitter.com/8uiGE346t8
— Ste Carson (@sjrcarson) September 16, 2017
— Cole (@ftblCole) September 16, 2017
Give it a rest ,can't cope with this u til January
— nigel gregory (@GregoryNigel) September 17, 2017
The papers linking Sadio Mane with a move to Barcelona. pic.twitter.com/HqaAuXRb9A
— Tim Bolton (@timbolton1) September 17, 2017
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