Former Bayern Munich striker and brother of the club’s chairman, Michael Rummenigge, thinks they could get Manchester City winger Leroy Sane for ₤44 m this summer.
Michael Rummenigge, a former Bayern Munich striker and brother of the club’s chairman Karl-Heinz, has actually declared that the German side could get Manchester City winger Leroy Sane for ₤44 m this summer.
With the 24- year-old’s contract set to end next year and the existing financial results of the coronavirus, the former Bayern player thinks that the Bundesliga giants could snap him up for a deal cost.
The German international has actually likewise missed out on the whole of the 2019-20 campaign due to an anterior cruciate ligament injury he got in August in 2015 – another aspect contributing to the low cost tag.
Rummenigge wrote in his Sportbuzzer column: “Bayern would have bought him for €100m to €120m (£87m-£105m) before the cruciate ligament rupture, an obligation could now be significantly cheaper and maybe only cost €50m (£44m).”
The People are possibly dealing with a two-year restriction from UEFA competitions after breaching financial fair play rules.
If the restriction is to proceed, the Manchester outfit could see a a great deal of players leave the club this summer.
Sane is yet to sign a new handle City, with his existing contract ending next summer.