After the draw this Saturday between Liverpool and Newcastle (1-1), Allan Saint-Maximin responded to a supporter of the Reds who encouraged the French to sign for his club in exchange for Sadio Mané. The Magpies player felt he was still far from the level of the Senegalese.
Known to be active on social networks, Allan Saint-Maximin did not hesitate to respond to a fan who wanted to see him on the Liverpool side … in exchange for Sadio Mané. The 24-year-old player and his teammates obtained a draw this Saturday (1-1), traveling to Anfield, on behalf of the 33rd day of the Premier League.
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“I still have a long way to go before I reach his level”
Questioned by a supporter of the Reds who asked Allan Saint-Maximin to sign in his team to replace Sadio Mané, the principal concerned has cracked a class message. Especially vis-à-vis the Senegalese striker. “I am aware that the message is nice to me but I don’t like it. Please be respectful to him, you are ungrateful, replied Saint-Maximin. He has done and continues to do great things for Liverpool. I still have a long way to go before I reach their level. “
The Liverpool supporter has since deleted his post. Not spared by injuries, Allan Saint-Maximin has had an interesting season, with 3 goals and 5 assists in 20 games played in the Premier League. 15th in the Premier League, Newcastle are 9 points ahead of 18th, Fulham, five days from the end of the championship.
Liverpool are battling this season to qualify for the next Champions League, currently 6th in the Premier League. Eliminated by Real Madrid at the quarter-finals, the Reds only have the championship to achieve their goals. For his part, Sadio Mané is having a more difficult season than the previous two, with 8 Premier League goals in 30 games played.