Sadio Mane Spends Over £500,000 To Turn His Village In Senegal Into A Town

Sadio Mane is currently working hard to turn his village in Senegal, Bambaly, into a well-functioning town.

The Liverpool winger has funded the building of a new hospital for £455,000. He has also spent over £200,000 to build a brand new school for the village.

Mane is also paying families in the village €70 (49,935 CFA Franc) each month from his won salary as a player. He is also providing high-speed 4G internet for them.

Again, Sadio is also providing laptops and $400 each to the best performing students of the Bambaly High School to help with their education. He’s also giving free sportswear to kids in his village.

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The 31-year-old is also building a new fuel station as well as a post office to help modernize his village into a town.

Mane is on the verge of leaving Liverpool and joining Bayern Munich soon as he has today been spotted at Munich for his medicals.




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