Sadio Mane Performance for Al Nassr | Why he Choose Al Nassr?

Sadio Mane

Sadio Mane misses a massive chance to reunite with his former Liverpool teammates in favor of joining a team with Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia.

Bayern Munich in a move that didn’t work out for the German club, that’s why Mane left Liverpool and coach Thomas Tuchel was satisfied enough to leave him this summer.

Mane is still a great player or a man in demand and soon finds his phone ringing with some former teammates making bids for their club, despite struggling at Bayern. Mane also said he had been sent well wishes from another former teammate of Jordan Henderson.

Of course, Henderson is here too, and he sent me a message two days ago to wish me well I’m excited to meet all these great people and meet them face-to-face for the first time.

Opportunities With Cristiano Ronaldo:

Sadio Mane Choose Al Nassr

The opportunity to play with Ronaldo proved too tempting for the option to decline and the winger signed a contract with Al-Nassr that would run until 2027, earning £650,000 per week.

Alongside Firmino, he was part of a devastating three-dimensional attack that also included Mohamed Salah.

Now he is in Saudi Arabia, but speaking of his departure from Bayern, Mane told Sky Sports: “Leaving Bayern Munich hurts me.

Saudi Arabia Football League Progress:

Welcome to Saudi Arabia – the land where money doesn’t matter. On Friday, the country’s professional league kicked off and on the opening night, Jeddah-based Al-Ahly meet Al-Hazm.

This is Al-Ahly, who raided, in the space of a transfer period, the English Premier League in favor of Edouard Mendy of Chelsea, Riyad Mahrez of Manchester City, Roberto Firmino of Liverpool, and Newcastle’s Alan Saint-Maximin.

Each of them would be paid more than they would get in England. And Mahrez reportedly earns £43m a year – five times what the (barely cash-strapped) Man City were paying him.

Karim Benzema and Jordan Henderson are already here, and the Liverpool man seems ready to team up with Steven Gerrard and respond to big reflexes for big money. There will be more and more executives promise.

When Saudi league big club Al Hilal offer a £259m bid for Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain, that’s £11.5m a week and it was understood the offer was for £600m for a year’s net worth.

Mail Sport has been told that coaches arriving here from Europe earn in a month what it would take them a year to accumulate back home.

According to sources, Saudi Pro League is now a world-famous league after the arrival of some big players, and now Saudia looking to host a big event World Cup which many feel is inevitable after Qatar.

The Saudis have already bought golf and the International Olympic Committee is very keen to stage the games in 2036.

So What Comes Next?

The Saudi government is involved now and helping to grow sports, most likely they building a new stadium for sports. It is widely considered an attempt to diversify the country’s economy away from its dependence on oil exports, and it also aims to promote better lifestyles.

Within its objectives, children – or youth at least – are identified as the future of Saudi Arabia. A staggering 70 percent of the population is under the age of 35.

Saudi Arabia is the seventh largest country in the world in terms of social media usage. Two days in Riyadh tells you a lot. Eyes stick to phones wherever you look.

While traditional metrics are on the rise – Al Nassr’s attendance grew by 149 percent year-on-year after Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival from 8,121 to 17,638.

The impact on modern formats has been significant. After Cristiano Ronaldo the greatest football player of all time made his way, there was a 200 % spike in the number of women and girls discussing the Pro League on social media.