Mane recently completed a £35 million move to Bayern from the Reds, ending his six-year stay on Merseyside.
The attacker was one of the top wide players in the Premier League, and he will no doubt be a massive miss for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
During his time at Liverpool, Sadio Mane made up one-third of a deadly attacking trident that, several years back, was arguably the best forward line in Europe.
Mane scored 120 and assisted 48 in 269 outings for the Reds, winning every major trophy barring the Europa League.
Now though, Mane has left Liverpool, with the club bringing in Darwin Nunez as a replacement.
Mane, meanwhile has gotten off to great start at his new club, netting two in his first two competitive games for Bayern.
The forward, though, has not forgotten about his old club and, on Sunday, a touching gesture made by Mane following his Liverpool exit has been revealed.
As per Christian Falk, Sadio Mane sent 150 packages to the employees of Liverpool, from the cleaning lady to the security guard. Everyone received chocolate with a portrait of Mane and a handwritten card: