Sadio Mane, the talented Senegalese football player, has made a move to Al Nassr, a Saudi Pro League club, following a disappointing season at Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.
According to Sky Sports, the transfer fee for Mane’s move to Al Nassr was £24 million, and he has agreed to a four-year contract in Saudi Arabia, where he will have a tax-free income of £34 million per season.
If Mane’s contract with Al Nassr lasts until 2027 as specified, his total earnings would be a remarkable £136 million.
This means he will be taking home an incredible £650,000 per week, equivalent to £2.6 million per month. Breaking it down even further, Mane will earn around £93,000 per day, £3,900 per hour, and £65 per minute.
During his time with Liverpool, Mane achieved significant success, winning both the Champions League and the Premier League in a span of six seasons.
He played a crucial role as part of Jurgen Klopp’s formidable attacking trio alongside Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.
Mane’s contribution was particularly notable when Liverpool clinched their first English league title in 30 years during the pandemic-affected 2019-2020 season.
We have officially signed the Senegalese Star Sadio Mané ✍️
— AlNassr FC (@AlNassrFC_EN) August 1, 2023