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It will be a great achievement for Africa -Abedi Pele on Sadio Mane’s potential move to Bayern

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It will be a great achievement for Africa -Abedi Pele on Sadio Mane's potential move to Bayern

One of Ghanaian most decorated footballer, Abedi Pele, has communicated his view on Sadio Mane’s connections with German monsters Bayern Munich. The German champions are interested in marking the Senegalese forward, and have previously seen two offers turned somewhere near Liverpool. Abedi Pele, who was talking before the Borussia Dortmund legends conflict with African Giants, said a move to Germany by Mane will carry immense exposure to Africa.

“You know Osei [Sammy] Kuffour was in Bayern and very successful in Bayern so another African being in Bayern will be great for Africa,” Ayew said as quoted by Goal.

“It will give the continent a lot of publicity and will give Bayern huge publicity in Africa,” he added.

“Mane comes from Senegal, so Senegal will have a very strong mileage in the world. He will be the ambassador for Senegal and Bayern.

"Let us hope what he has done in Liverpool, he will be able to do much better in Bayern. Then it will give the African continent another push.

It will be a great achievement for Africa -Abedi Pele on Sadio Mane's potential move to Bayern

Abedi Pele spent the last option part of his vocation in Germany, where African players had enormous effect for their clubs, including Sammy Osei Kuffuor.

The 1982 AFCON victor’s greatest days were with French giant Marseille, who aided win the 1993 UEFA Champions League.

Bayern Munich put eight players available to be purchased to finance Mane move .

Prior, Sports Brief detailed that Bayern Munich are supposedly prepared to head out in different directions from up to seven players to gain assets to purchase Sadio Mane from Liverpool.

As of late, Mane has arisen as a top objective for Bayern, who are very nearly 100% to lose need away star Robert Lewandowski. The Bavarians saw their initial two offers for the Senegal star fiercely turned somewhere near Liverpool, who were not dazzled by the peculiar additional items in the underlying proposition.

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