Reports from England claim Liverpool have rejected Bayern's second bid for Sadio Mané, dismissing it as "laughable".
Bayern München have had a second bid for Sadio Mané rejected by Liverpool, according to reports from England.
According to The Times, The Athletic and Daily Mirror, Bayern offered a fixed fee of €27.5 million plus add-ons that could see the total fee rise to €35 million if, among other things, Bayern won the Champions League and Sadio Mané won the Ballon d'Or.
The offer was reportedly considered "laughable" by Liverpool, who values the 30-year-old at around €50 million.
Clearly, the two clubs are far apart in their valuation of Mané, and Bayern need to come back with a significantly better offer to persuade Liverpool into selling the Senegalese attacker, who has also been linked with Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona.
Mané has one year left on his contract with Liverpool.