Bayern Munich officials are considering whether a January move for Manchester City winger Leroy Sané ‘makes sense‘, considering the 23-year-old is currently ruled out through injury, according to Kicker.
The Germany international has been subject to ongoing speculation regarding his future at the Premier League champions, however at this stage, a move to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich appears to be a case of when rather than if.
On Sunday night, German newspaper Kicker claimed that Bayern Munich officials are considering whether a move for the Manchester City winger even ‘makes sense‘, with Sané currently recovering from a long-term injury sustained in August’s Community Shield victory over Liverpool.
The price, according to the report, must be ‘very acceptable‘, with Manchester City reported to be demanding a fee in excess of £100 million in the summer. Hesitation surrounding the price tag stamped on the winger concerns the player’s availability, and the fact that Sané wouldn’t be available until February at the very earliest given his recovery from injury.
Despite reports suggesting Leroy Sané would prefer a move to the Allianz Arena ‘immediately‘, Kicker claim Bayern Munich would ‘favour‘ a move for their number one attacking target in the summer transfer window of 2020.
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