Liverpool News: Mane To Buy Football Club, Kounde To Cost £70m And Klopp Vows To Arrest Slump

Liverpool star Sadio Mane is reportedly interested in investing in a French lower division club.

According to Liverpool Echo, Mane wants to own French League 2 side Bourges Foot, currently owned by Cheikh Syllla who is the second Senegalese president of a national French club after Pape Diouf of Marseille {2005-09}.

Talks of investing in the club has intensified over the weeks but due to the out break of Covid-19, Mane is yet to push forward with the deal and co-own or instantly over the club just like Gerard Pique of Barcelona who owns FC Girona.

According to HITC, Sevilla are reportedly keen in selling one of their prized asset in Jules Kounde. The club will listen to offers from Real Madrid, Barcelona or Liverpool this summer and sell Jules to the highest bidder.

Sevilla though wants to sell the 22-year-old French defender for £70m.

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp has vowed to arrest his team slump by working on their weakness and improving their strength.

The manager knows retaining the Premier League title will be a herculean task this season but, if his team were to get back to basics and win consistent games they will surely put pressure on Manchester City who will drop points.

Leicester City at the King Power Stadium will be a tough one to win but, if the Reds play good footfall and finish of their chances they will win.

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