Sadio Mane has been warned about going to Liverpool this summer by using Philippe Coutinho as an example and how he has ended up at Aston Villa, according to Simon Jordan.
According to Sky Sports, on Wednesday, rumors that Liverpool rejected a second round of Manchester United seeking to acquire Bayern Munich.
Mane wants to leave Anfield, owing to the fact that the Premier League is recognized as the best in the world, and the 30-year-old is gaining the deal on Merseyside.
Coutinho opted to leave Liverpool and sign for Barcelona back in 2018, only to struggle and is now donning Aston Villa colours, albeit under his former teammate, Steven Gerrard.
Jordan was reacting to Liverpool''s rejection of a second bid for Mane from Bayern and allegedly warned the capable star that the grass might not be greener on the other side.
Jordan claims that his departure has been priced in. I believe the Diaz signing has been priced in their own right.
Mane was likely always going to go, and it has come to light now that he is more flexible about leaving now than he was originally.
Mane is such a powerful member of their strike force. Klopp and Liverpool, as they have done previously, will continue. Make adjustments, modify, and move things around.
Coutinho refused to leave because he did nothing elsewhere at Aston Villa. And if Sadio Mane wants to leave, he will not leave.
It''s going to be difficult what you want. A 40 million quid for a player who is 30, on his contract, is a difficult one to complete.
TO REPLACE MANE IN NUNEZ?
Luis Diaz was brought to Liverpool in January, with Mane and Mo Salahs contracts expected to expire next summer.
In that regard, they may have a clue about the future, but Darwin Nunez might be the one to replace Manes.
The Reds are likely to resign over the desire to leave their Africa Cup of Nations winner star this summer, and therefore they are pushing the boat out for Nunez.
Regardless, Diaz, Nunez, and Salah, along with Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino, may be Liverpools'' front line for the next season.