Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has revealed all about what's been going on in The Reds' WhatsApp group and how it has changed during lockdown.

With the Premier League suspended indefinitely due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, teams have had to find new and inventive ways of remaining in contact with their players.

Though the Premier League season remains under review, players have to be ready to return to action at any time.

Liverpool's team spirit and togetherness under Jurgen Klopp has propelled them to trophies and the top of the Premier League - something they will be keen to maintain when football returns.

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And Mane has revealed that the team WhatsApp group is playing a huge part in keeping the camaraderie going while players are separated during lockdown.

"We have a very big WhatsApp group with the team, with the staff everything so we always keep in touch every day," said Mane, speaking on the day he releases a new documentary about his rise, Made in Senegal .

And Mane has revealed that the players are now in constant contact with each other, via the app.

"Every minute I can text the group and that sort of thing which is really important to stick together and stay and not miss each other too much," he continues.

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"We have a live session as well every week with them and we treat each other well."

Liverpool are one of many football clubs that have been taking part in video training sessions, so their stars can maintain fitness from their own homes.

Mane was speaking as he helps to promote Made in Senegal , a documentary about his journey to the top of football from humble beginnings.

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The film has segments with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, who explains just what it is that makes Mane such a great talent.

They also speak with strike partner Mohamed Salah, who describes why the Senegalese attacker is such a joy to play alongside.

Speaking on the documentary, Mané said: “I wanted to show to the people that you can achieve anything in the world, if you are ready to build on your dreams and put in hard work."