Bayern Munich have completed the acquisition of Sadio Mané from Liverpool.
The deal will see the Senegalese international stay at the club until 30 June 2025.
The 30-year-old represented teams such as Génération Foot in his homeland, Metz in France, RB Salzburg, where he won the Austrian Bundesliga title and Southampton before signing for Liverpool in 2016.
In the last term, Mané won the EFL Cup and FA Cup and was a runner-up in the Champions League and Premier League with the Reds.
The talented frontman made 269 appearances for Liverpool and found the back of the net on 120 occasions.
He has also scored 31 goals in 89 appearances for the Lions of Teranga, having made his debut at the age of 20 and went on to win the Africa Cup of Nations held in Cameroon earlier this year.
“I’m really happy to finally be at FC Bayern in Munich. We spoke a lot and I felt a big interest in this great club right from the beginning, so for me, there were no doubts. It’s the right time for this challenge. I want to achieve a lot with this club, in Europe too. During my time in Salzburg, I watched a lot of Bayern games – I really like this club,” said Mané.
Meanwhile, Herbert Hainer, Bayern president added: “Sadio Mané is a global star, who underlines the appeal of FC Bayern and will increase the attractiveness of the Bundesliga as a whole. Fans come to the stadiums to see such unique players. It’s great that our board led by Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidžić have managed to sign a player like Sadio Mané for FC Bayern.”