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Sadio Mane welcomes Kylian Mbappe to Liverpool

Sadio Mane has given a green light to Kylian Mbappe to join Liverpool from Paris Saint-Germain.

Mane said Mbappe is welcome to Anfield in a sensational free transfer as his (Mane) strike partner, Mohamed Salah is yet to commit his future to Liverpool by signing a new contract.

Mane told the PSG star that he would enjoy playing at Anfield with the Frenchman’s PSG contract expiring in June.

Sure! It would be an exceptional partnership,” Mane told L’Equipe, via Marca, adding that, “he just has to come to Liverpool. I’m sure he would like it.”

Mbappe has been heavily tipped to join Real Madrid next summer but Liverpool have tentatively been linked with a transfer swoop that could see him replace Salah.

The French World Cup winner has not yet decided where he would be playing next season and that could be good news for Liverpool.

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