The trio will start their preparations for 2018-19 with Liverpool after being given extended time off following their participation in the World Cup with their respective countries.
Mane captained Senegal at the 2018 World Cup, and scored in his side's 2-2 draw with Japan.
They will both fly out to the US with the rest of the squad on Saturday as preparations ramp up before the new Premier League season.
They will join other teammates in a flight to the US on Saturday, where they will take on Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City and Manchester United in the International Champions Cup.
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Liverpool have promised that any supporters who have already purchased a "Mane 19" jersey for the 2018/19 season will be able to exchange it for a "Mane 10" shirt at no extra cost.
The Senegal global has switched from his previous number, 19, which he has worn since joining the club from Southampton in 2016, ahead of the new campaign.
John Barnes, Michael Owen and Luis Garcia were all successful No.10s at Liverpool, but Joe Cole and Andriy Voronin fared less well.
Liverpool's newboy Naby Keita will wear shirt number 8, previously won by Steven Gerrard.