Sadio Mane Career, Net Worth, Salary, Endorsements, Cars, and Charities


Sadio Mane, a Senegalese professional footballer, began his career with League 2 side Metz. He was only 19 years old at the time, yet he enticed several clubs. Red Bull Salzburg, an Austrian club, was one of them. Mane was named Red Bull Player of the Year after helping Salzburg win the Double in his debut season. Mane scored 31 goals in 63 games during his two-year tenure in Salzburg. Southampton spent £11.8 million on Sane in 2014 to bring him to the club. Again, 21 goals were scored throughout his two-year stint with Southampton.

Sadio’s efforts from Metz to Southampton began to pay off when he was offered a contract by one of the most illustrious football clubs in the world, Liverpool. This £ 34 million transfer positioned him as one of the generation’s most deadly strikers. The Salah-Mane combo gave defenders nightmares and helped Liverpool win the UCL in 2018-19. More importantly, this tandem was a critical piece in Liverpool’s setup when they won the Premier League for the first time in 30 years.

Mane had made significant contributions, but his time at Anfield ended bitterly. He has just signed a three-year contract with Bayern Munich.

Mane was instrumental in Senegal’s first-ever Africa Cup of Nations victory in 2021. With 32 international goals, he is now Senegal’s all-time leading scorer.

Net worth 

Sadio Mane has an estimated net worth of $20 Million as of 2023. Being an affluent guy, he still loves to live a simple life.


At Bayern Munich, Sadio Mane had an annual salary of 19.8 million euros.


Sadio Mane earns roughly £5 million through endorsements. Senegal International is a brand ambassador for various companies, including New Balance, Western Union, and Indonesia Tourism.

Cars Collection

Sadio seems to be a car lover as he has some top-end cars.

Range Rover Evoque$50000
Audi RS7$120000
Bentley Continental GT$200000
2019 Mercedes G63 AMG$250000

Charity Work

Sadio is well-known for his altruism, in addition to his amazing aims. Mane contributed £500,000 to the construction of a hospital in his hometown of Bambali. Then, in 2020, he aided the Senegalese government as the Plague wreaked havoc. He supported the inhabitants of Bambali once more by providing £250,000 to build a new secondary school.

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