A few days ago, Liverpool striker Mane accepted an interview on the team's official website. He said he was looking forward to the upcoming Merseyside Derby and he was ready.
Mane, who had been quarantined for many days after testing positive for the new crown, has returned to the stadium recently. Liverpool said on the 10th that he is in good health and can't wait to enter the game.
This Saturday night, Liverpool will be a guest at Goodison Park to challenge Everton, and the team forward Mane will be able to return in time, which is undoubtedly a big plus for Klopp's team.
Mane said: "We know that the Merseyside derby has been very difficult, especially to challenge Everton away. I and my teammates are very excited, we can't wait, and I believe the fans can't wait."
Speaking of the previous positive test for the new crown, the Senegalese forward recalled: "For me, it was a very difficult day. When I tested positive, I was stunned. I don't know how I got infected. I just want to be as soon as possible. Recovery, fortunately I am back, I am so happy."
"I only hope that everyone can be safe, which is very important. I hope that everyone can abide by the rules and regulations of epidemic prevention and ensure their own safety."