Sadio Mane, a forward for Bayern Munich, left Liverpool after six successful years and sent boxes filled with chocolates and a photo of himself to the club’s staff.
The Senegalese international sent 150 boxes to his former club to show his appreciation to staff members from all sectors of the club, according to reports from Christian Falk.
The 30-year-old moved to Bavaria from Anfield this summer for £28.8 million, and after scoring in both of his opening Bundesliga matches, he made an immediate impact at his new club.
Sadio Mané sends 150 packages to the Liverpool employees, Falk wrote on Twitter, revealing Mane’s kind deed.
Everyone receives a a box of chocolate featuring a portrait of Sadio and a handwritten card, from the cleaning lady to the security guard.
You’ll Never Walk Alone, the club’s motto, was written inside each card.
The Senegalese forward spent six trophy-filled seasons with the Reds, winning nearly every trophy that could be won, including the Premier League, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, FA Cup, and Carabao Cup.
However, Mane moved to Munich and has already gotten started with his new team after 269 games, 120 goals, and 49 assists.
Mane, who plays alongside players like Thomas Muller, Jamal Musiala, and Serge Gnabry in the Bundesliga’s elite club, has two goals and a German Super Cup after just three games.
Darwin Nunez, who cost £85 million to replace Sadio Mane at Liverpool, has also made an immediate impact, albeit not always for the right reasons.
He made his Anfield debut on Monday against Crystal Palace after coming on as a substitute in the Reds’ 2-2 season-opening draw with Fulham, where he managed a goal and an assist to salvage a disappointing result.
He headbutted Danish defender Joachim Andersen in the 57th minute, ending his first start in front of the Kop in an unceremonious manner and disqualifying him from the trip to Old Trafford the following week.