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.
Mane, who looks set to leave Anfield this summer in pursuit of new pastures at Bayern Munich, returned to Bambali last week to . 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.
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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.
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