Sadio Mané was one of Bayern Munich’s big bets in the last summer marketeither. The Senegalese striker He arrived in Bavaria from Liverpool for 32 million euros with the difficult mission of replacing Robert Lewandowski. However, his start to the season has been disappointing. He only has five goals in eleven games and has five consecutive games without participating in a goal from the Munich team, something that is reflected in his market value. According to Transfermarktits valuation has fallen from 70 to 60 million euros since the start of this campaign.
Transfermarkt’s market value expert Frederic Hillmann explains it this way: “Sadio Mané has not yet been able to put his full potential to the test, but their actions to date have not influenced the valuation. Neither is his age. was important for his first assessment as a Bundesliga professional, but the methods of payment in the transfer. The difference between his initial value and the amount paid, even if he only had one year left on his contract, was too great in Mané’s case to expect his market value to increase.
The big winner in this field is Mathys Tel, a pearl of only 17 years old who landed at Bayern from Rennes and who adds two goals in just 169 minutes on the pitch, went from 2 to 20 million euros in value. Also, Jamal Musiala went from 65 to 80 million euros, thus becoming Bayern’s most valuable player, along with Joshua Kimmich.