Newcastle United winger Allan Saint-Maximin has hit back at a Liverpool supporter who proposed a swap deal between him and Sadio Mané.
Liverpool's hopes of securing a top-four finish were dealt another blow on Saturday following their 1-1 draw with Newcastle at Anfield.
Whilst the Magpies were deservedly showered in praise for another gutsy showing, a number of Liverpool's stars were singled out for criticism by fans and pundits alike.
One of the main targets for Liverpool fans in the aftermath of the dropped points was Mané, who many felt could have done better with the chances afforded him.
The Senegalese forward is not enjoying his best season and has now scored just one league goal in his last 13 league appearances.
And one Liverpool fan was so disappointed in Mané that he asked one of their opponents if he would be interested in a potential swap deal with the former Southampton star.
Joe Willock netted Newcastle's dramatic late equaliser, but French winger Saint-Maximin was a constant problem for the Liverpool defence with his pace, running and skills.
However, despite these performances giving him plenty to shout about, the 24-year-old still showed some class towards Mané.
As Saint-Maximin pointed out, Mané has been an unbelievable player for the Merseyside outfit over the last decade.
The 29-year-old has scored 94 goals in 213 games since joining from Southampton in 2016, picking up Champions League and Premier League winners' medals.
Meanwhile, Saint-Maximin has also been brilliant for Newcastle since his arrival at St James' Park in 2019, and one should not be surprised if another top club in England or mainland Europe come for him this summer.