According to Michael Rummenigge, Bayern Munich may sign Manchester City player Leroy Sane. For a wage within the area of €50 million (£55m/$44m) when the transfer window is reopened.
Bayern may sign Sane for low-cost
According to Michael Rummenigge, Bayern Munich may sign Manchester City player Leroy Sane. For a wage within the area of €50 million (£55m/$44m) when the transfer window is reopened. After the victory of City over Liverpool in August, Sane was out of order. After he fell behind the field with a severe knee injury. The Germany international forced to undergo an operation on this issue and thus has missed the entire 2019-20 campaign so far. Which has led to a lot of speculation about his future. The 24-year-old striker has only one more year left to run for his current deal at the Etihad Stadium. While there is no fresh contract proposal on the table, amid constant rumors linking him to the move to Bayern Munich.
Bundesliga champions are interested more than a year
It is reported that the Bundesliga champions have been more than a year interested in signing for the Leroy. But did not want to meet City’s initial estimate of €100 million (£88 million/$109 million). Michael Rummenigge, brother of Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz, believes the winger can be available at a much lower price at the end of the year after spending so long away from the field. The former Bayern midfielder wrote in his last column, Sports Buzzer: “Bayern would buy it for 100 to 120 million before the critical ligament rupture, but the obligation can now be significantly low-price and maybe only cost 30 to 50 million”. Sane was approaching a return to action before the season was called to a temporary halt by the coronavirus pandemic, and scored some much-needed minutes with City reserves.
He will continue his recovery in the comfort at home
Pep Guardiola hinted that he was ready to welcome a valuable asset back to his squad for a clash of the Premier League against Arsenal at Etihad on March 11, but the fixture was suspended. Since it is not yet known when football will safely resume, Leroy will keep up his recovery in the comfort of his own home. As he joins his team-mates during the period of forced isolation. He provided an update on his progress earlier this week. Admitting that he was disappointed to see that the campaign was postponed just as he again began to approach full-fitness.
“I was on the verge of returning. I worked on this for many months,” Leroy admitted the DFB’s official website. “However, I can continue to do this, and I know that there are much worse things. For example, being exposed to the virus.” Now we can only wait until the situation relaxes again. We all need to trust the experts and remain patient. Therefore, every day I prepare myself for an unknown date.”