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Here are the players that Liverpool could sign as a replacement for Sadio Mane

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Sadio Mane has played his last game in a Liverpool shirt in the Champions League final against Real Madrid.

The Senegalese forward’s time at Anfield is nearing the end, it seems. Bayern Munich are looking like the frontrunner for signing the forward.

It was as if inevitable. Liverpool’s legendary front trio of Robert Firmino, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah are all entering their final year in the contract.

Therefore, if extensions are not negotiated, this might be the last chance for the Reds to sell them at an agreeable fee.

However, the Merseyside club should look to replace Mane, this summer.

Who are the players that Liverpool could sign as a replacement for Sadio Mane?

Martin Terrier from Rennes seems to be the first name on the list.

He is young and has a great goal-scoring record this season. He came second in the Golden Boot race in the Ligue 1 after Kylian Mbappe.

He is also second in Europe’s top five leagues for goals scored when starting on the wing. Salah tops this chart.

Christopher Nkunku comes second on this list. Nkunku currently plays for RB Leipzig and is looked upon by many of Europe’s top clubs.

He has been linked with Liverpool for a long time now. Nkunku is in the form of his life this season.

He has a Champions League hat-trick against Manchester City as well which boosts his CV.

Karl Toko-Ekambi from Lyon could also become a replacement for Mane at Liverpool. He is not too young and would be touching 30 this year.

However, he could definitely be a replacement for Luiz Diaz. He has great dribbling ability like Mane and has also touched double figures in goals this season.

Amine Gouiri from Nice is the last name on our list.

He is often listed with the likes of Jadon Sancho, Haaland, and Florian Wirtz because of his age.

However, he can play in the central position as well as in the left. Moreover, he has great goal-scoring capabilities.

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