Sadio Mane is a midfielder for Liverpool and the Senegalese national team who hails from the African country of Senegal. He was born into poverty in Sedhiou, Senegal, and raised in the remote town of Bambali. He decided to become a professional football player after watching his country win the 2002 World Cup. His professional debut came later, with the French club Metz. One day he decided to sign with the Austrian football team Red Bull Salzburg.
Under his direction, they swept to victories in the Austrian Bundesliga and Austrian Cup. Later, he signed with Southampton, where the following season he became famous for scoring the fastest hat trick in Premier League history. Liverpool paid a reported EUR34 million to acquire him in 2016. He became the highest-priced African footballer ever at the time. Sadio Mane has also represented his native Senegal on the international stage, where he played a key role in the team's run to the Olympic tournament's quarterfinals in 2012.
His other international appearances include the 2015 and 2017 Africa Cup of Nations as well as the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Sadio Mane made New African's list of the 100 most influential Africans in the year 2020.
Here are his asset plans that he has attained
He established a £455,000 hospital and €250,000 school in his village, Bambali.
He offers each family €70 monthly.
He supplied 4G internet for his folks.
He is developing a gasoline station and post office in his village.
2,000 people dwell in his village.
The top students at Bambali High School were each awarded a laptop computer and $400 from soccer star Sadio Mane.
He provides the children in his town with free athletic gear.
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