Sadio Mane ready for a new role in Liverpool

November 17, 2018

Sadio Mane has already scored six goals, and without doubt, enjoys another good season. While he plays in front top three, Klopp is thinking that his development is amazing. Premier League is going great for Klopp’s side so far, and new plans for Mane are revealed. He deserved it, he plays on a world-class level.

Furthermore, Klop believes that Sadio Mane should get deeper role in Liverpool. With 6 goals in 11 appearances, Mane’s performances this Premier League season are simply brilliant.  In addition to that, Klopp and team skipper Milner know how to motivate their team.  Currently, Sadio Mane plays within top three front, side by side with Mo Salah and Firmino. Klopp’s front three is giving desired results. He believes that Sadio Mane improved a lot, and could get a deeper role in the team. He is fantastic offensive player, no doubt.


Sadio Mane in duel

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Klopp’s plans

When asked about Mane, Klopp could not hide his delight over player: “Since he came in he helped the team so much, he improved so much. He is an outstanding offensive player. If you ask me if he is a striker, yes, from time to time; is he a midfielder, yes, from time to time; he can probably play a slightly deeper position as well – we don’t have to play him there because we have other players there but he could play it as well.”

Klopp hailed Sadio Mane’s personality and brilliancy. He believes that the player is about to realize how good he can be in the future. Former Southampton man is actually a world-class player and will surely be a star in Liverpool.

“He is physically strong, technically strong, he is unbelievably quick, he is quick in mind as well, and he is a good shooter with both feet. That makes a good player and he is a fantastic person. He needed more confidence when he came in, the start was really good but I think he was a bit surprised by himself. Everything was good until the first time his shape dropped a little bit and then he struggled a bit with that, because he needed to get used to that he is a world-class player. Now, he knows that much better. That helps us. He is a really good player.”