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Loris Karius: Mane's move to Bayern Munich is good for the Bundesliga

Mon 20 June 2022 | 20:19

Sadio Mane's move to Bayern Munich should help them after he scored 23 goals last season, but Loris Karius thinks the Bundesliga as a whole will also benefit.

Loris Karius

, who used to play with

Sadio Mane

at

Liverpool

, says that the forward's upcoming move to

Bayern Munich

will be good for both the German champions and the Bundesliga.

Last week, Julian Nagelsmann's club agreed to pay €41 million (£35.2 million) to sign the dynamic forward Mane. The Senegal international had just one year left on his contract at

Anfield

. He helped his country win the Africa Cup of Nations and qualify for the World Cup. He also won two domestic cups with Liverpool in 2022.

Jurgen Klopp

will get rid of Mane after he signed Benfica forward Darwin Nunez last week. Mane scored 23 goals in all competitions during the 2021-22 season. Karius, who moved to Liverpool at the same time as Mane in 2016, thinks that the 30-year-old won't have trouble fitting in at the Allianz Arena.

"It would be crazy for Bayern to sign him because he is one of Liverpool's best players," the goalkeeper told Sky Sports in Germany. "If Bayern Munich is able to sign him, you can only be happy for them and the Bundesliga as a whole. It would give the league another star, which would make me very happy for the Bundesliga.

"Sadio Mane is a very quiet, down-to-earth guy. He also knows a little bit of German because he lived in

Salzburg

. I've always gotten along well with him, and everyone else does too. If he moves to Germany, he won't have trouble getting used to live there." Karius's permanent departure from Liverpool was just announced earlier this month. The German had played 49 times for the Reds since joining from Mainz.

Karius is now 28 years old and hasn't played in a game since February 2021, when he was on loan at Union Berlin. He's looking forward to finding a new home, but he's thankful for his time at Liverpool. "There were good times and bad. It's part of football, but I've grown as a person because of it, "he said. Karius added: "I'll bring my willingness to work hard to my next job.

"It has to do with how you feel. The club can be in Germany or somewhere else in the world. I just need to feel like the chemistry is right with those in charge, that they like me and I like them."


source: SportMob

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