Date published: Wednesday 9th October 2019 12:07
Bayern Munich have sent a negotiator out to discuss a potential move for a Manchester City winger, while Real Madrid have joined Liverpool and Manchester United in chasing a Leicester City star, according to Wednesday’s European papers.
BAYERN CHIEF JETS OUT TO DISCUSS SANE DEAL
Bayern Munich sent a senior negotiator out to discuss a potential deal to bring Manchester City winger Leroy Sane to the club, according to reports.
Sane, who is currently out with a knee injury suffered in early August, was heavily linked with a move to the German champions throughout the summer but no deal could be reached between the two clubs.
According to SportBild, however, Bayern have not given up hope of striking a deal with City and sent Giovanni Branchini, one of their chief negotiators, out to meet Sane’s advisor, David Gardner, to discuss a move.
The report adds that Sane remains keen on the move despite his current injury problems and the fact that Bayern will offer an increased salary to what the English champions can is said to be adding interest about the deal.
SportBild also reports that Sane, despite being in negotiations with City over a new deal, has not yet accepted any new proposals.
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Real Madrid are keen on signing €85m-rated Leicester City midfielder James Maddison, who has also been linked with a move to Liverpool and Manchester United (Don Balon)
United goalkeeper David de Gea could spend €18m to buy La Liga side Elche, the city where his father is a native (Superdeporte)
Tottenham midfielder Christian Eiksen has admitted that he is enduring his “worst ever time” at the club since joining in the summer of 2013 (Ekstra Bladet)
Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi has blasted Spanish newspaper Marca after a poll by readers voted him the second-worst defender in the world behind Manchester United’s Phil Jones (Der Spiegel)
On-loan Arsenal midfielder Dani Ceballos has hinted that he could opt to stay in North London next summer, instead of heading back to Real Madrid (Marca)
Paris Saint-Germain are set to reward midfielder Marco Verratti with a new contract following his strong start to the season (L’Equipe)
Former PSG boss Laurent Blanc is to meet with Lyon about becoming the club’s new manager following the sacking of Sylvinho (L’Equipe)
Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet has downplayed claims that forward Antoine Griezmann is struggling to settle at the club (Cadena Cope)
Barca goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen has claimed that he is “not fighting” with Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer for a place in the Germany squad (Mundo Deportivo)
Ter Stegen is in talks with the Catalan giants over extending his contract at the Camp Nou (Marca)
Bayern are ready to sell Thomas Muller in January with Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte keen on the German (Bild)
Inter have held meetings with goalkeeper Samir Handanovic over an extension to his contract which would keep him at the club until 2022 (Calciomercato)
Napoli striker Dries Mertens, whose contract expires next summer, has ruled out a move to either China or Qatar if he does leave the club (RBTF)
Napoli are working on handing midfielder Piotr Zielinski a new deal, but the club and the player’s representatives are struggling to find common ground in negotiations (Il Roma)
Real Madrid midfielder Martin Odegaard, who is impressing on loan with Real Sociedad, has insisted that he feels he is well-suited in Spain amid links with Liverpool and Manchester United (Calciomercato)