Liverpool star Sadio Mane has continued to transform his home village of Bambali in Senegal, having spent over £700,000 on new buildings including a hospital, school, post office and petrol station.
Now, with Mane shortly expected to complete a medical with Bayern, the Senegal international will be looking to win more trophies in Germany. He is set to join a side which lifted their eighth successive Bundesliga title at the end of last season but struggled in Europe.
Mane, who is leaving Anfield this summer in pursuit of new pastures at Bayern Munich, returned to Bambali last week to play in a muddy football match alongside former Premier League stars Papiss Cisse and El-Hadji Diouf.
Whilst in Senegal, the 30-year-old visited the £455,000 hospital he financed last year, which serves 34 villages in the surrounding area.
The kind-hearted forward, who has also built a £250,000 public secondary school in the village, is quickly transforming Bambali into a town, which now has a population of over 2,000 people.
He was videoed opening a new fuel station and has already pledged funds to build a post office.
However, Mane’s generosity has extended far beyond the funding of new buildings.
The winger has provided each family in the village with a monthly €70 support package and offered €400 to the best achieving students at Bambali High School.
Laptops have also been provided to the school, free sportswear has been handed out to the children in the village and 4G internet has been installed.
Bayern have reportedly agreed personal terms with the Liverpool star, who will soon pen a three-year deal at the Allianz Arena after completing a medical on Tuesday.