Sadio Mane

Sadio Mane admits he will try to leave Liverpool this summer

Sean Walsh
Mane's contract is up in 2023
Mane's contract is up in 2023 / ANP/GettyImages

Sadio Mane has admitted that he will try to leave Liverpool this summer after six seasons at the club.

The forward's contract at Anfield runs until 2023 but after months of negotiations over a new deal, the club have been informed that he is not willing to extend his stay on Merseyside.

90min understands that the 30-year-old's agents recently informed the Reds of his desire to leave the club, with Bayern Munich keen on a summer transfer.

Mane insisted he would reveal his plans for the future following the Champions League final but he remained silent in the days that followed Real Madrid's triumph at the Stade de France.

But he has now discussed his future at a press conference while on international duty with Senegal, where it was put to him that '60 to 70 per cent' of residents in his home country want him to leave Liverpool.

"I will do what they want. We will see soon," Mane revealed.

Listen now to 90min's brand new podcast, Talking Transfers, with Scott SaundersGraeme Bailey & Toby Cudworth. This week they discuss whether Sadio Mane will leave Liverpool for Bayern Munich, Manchester United's pursuit of Benfica striker Darwin Nunez, Newcastle's plans for Moussa Diaby and Sven Botman & Jorginho's future at Chelsea.

Liverpool are open to selling Mane this summer but will only do so on their terms, insisting any interested club would have to pay in excess of £40m for him.