Edmund Stoiber, a member of the club’s supervisory board, has suggested that Bayern Munich’s transfer for Leroy Sane is on.
The German side were chasing the Bundesliga outfit over the summer period. They were very close to agreeing a deal for the German winger who is known for his brilliant left foot and blitzkrieg pace. However, right at the flag end of the summer window, the deal collapsed.
The player suffered a dangerous injury in the Community Shield. This saw the move fall off. Now the player is recovering and with January approaching, Bayern have admitted they will probably try to sign the player again.
“There were discussions over Sane,” he confirmed to Sport Bild. “The unfortunate injury and the surgery he required for it broke the deal up.
“We’ll see how things develop. As chairman of the advisory board and a member of the supervisory board, I have great faith in the sporting leadership. If they propose a transfer of this magnitude, that is justified.”
“We knew what was required and that the fee was being pushed upwards,” he said. “But financial stability is the responsibility of our chief financial officer Jan-Christian Dreesen.”
Manchester City are short on players all over the pitch. Losing another winger like Sane will not be nice for them and hence they will prove to be tricky customers to deal with while negotiating a deal for Sane.
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