Already busy with the Lewandowski file, Bayern Munich hopes to obtain the extension of Serge Gnabry, also out of contract in a year.
If the transfer window Bayern Munich got off to a pretty good start in terms of arrivals with the signings of Noussair Mazraoui, Ryan Gravenberch and Sadio Mane for a cumulative total of 50 million euros, the Bavarian leaders are worried about the possible departures of some of their executives. Robert Lewandowski is obviously at the heart of all discussions, but another manager of the German club could find himself in a similar situation.
Oliver Kahn, president of Bayern Munich, has closed the door to any possibility of the departure of Robert Lewandowski, who has nevertheless expressed the wish to leave the club this summer, returning the Pole to his contractual obligations. https://t.co/FuzDkYBOhm pic.twitter.com/TRCspwikyt
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One year contract
It is Serge Gnabry. The German international (34 caps, 20 goals) will also be out of contract in June 2023 and has not extended with the German champion either. But after 5 years and 171 matches (64 goals, 40 assists) in the red jersey, he could also be tempted to change scenery.
After Barça, Real Madrid
While the real Madrid consider making it an alternative to Kylian MbappeHasan Salihamidzic, sporting director of Bayern, intends to keep and extend his winger. “I am very clear about this: he is a great boy that we want to keep at all costs. We would really like him to extend with us. I think we gave him the respect he deserves and I hope he chooses Bayern. We will deepen the discussions in the coming weeks.”he confided to the microphone of Sky Sports.
Hasan Salihamidzic on Serge Gnabry:
“I’m really clear about that: He’s a great boy. We really want to keep him. We would love to extend his contract. I think we showed him the necessary appreciation. We will deepen talks over the next few weeks”
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Despite his desire to see his executives stay, he is open to discussion if they have desires elsewhere. “If a player does not want to stay at the club, he just has to tell us, then we will find a solution that suits everyone”he added.
The summer got off to a strong start in Bavaria and should continue to turn many heads.