According to rumors, Bayern Munich is prepared to offload up to eight important players in order to raise money to entice Liverpool into a Sadio Mane trade.
Mane has cast doubt on his future at Liverpool in recent weeks since Bayern has expressed a strong interest in hiring him.
Robert Lewandowski, who wants to leave the defending Bundesliga winners, sees Mane as the ideal alternative for him at Bayern. According to reports, Bayern Munich is willing to sell up to seven players to raise money to get Sadio Mane from Liverpool.
Mane has become Bayern’s primary target in recent weeks, as they almost certainly will lose wanted-away star Robert Lewandowski. Liverpool harshly rejected the Bavarians’ first two offers for the Senegal star because they did not like the odd add-ons in the initial offer.
Bayern may decide to sell some of its players in order to raise some transfer funds since Mane’s future is still up in the air.
Bild reported that Bayern is willing to sell up to eight first-team players.
Omar Richards, Christian Früchtl, Christopher Scott, and Sarpreet Singh are among these players that are young stars. Lewandowski, whose current contract has one year remaining, will also be a target for Julian Nagelsmann’s team.
The Polish international made it obvious that he wants to leave Bayern, adding that after eight years there, “something died inside him” there. Lewandowski has been extensively linked with a move to Barcelona, despite the Spanish club’s own financial difficulties.
Information about Lewandowski and Nagelsmann’s dispute Lewandowski’s decision to leave the club was influenced by a rumoured falling out with Bayern Munich’s manager. After trying to change the Bayern coach’s technique in training last season, Lewandowski became frustrated. After trying to change the Bayern coach’s technique in training last season, Lewandowski became frustrated.
Lewandowski apparently received special instructions from Nagelsmann on how to make runs when Bayern wingers pass the ball to him.
Arteta’s displeasure over Arsenal’s indecision
In other news, Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, is becoming more and more dissatisfied with the London club’s lack of decision-making in the transfer market since the Gunners have yet to make a significant purchase this summer.
Due to the club’s slowness in authorizing the deal, the Gunners stand a significant possibility of missing out on signing Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City.
Arteta has identified a number of important targets for a summer transfer move to the Emirates, but his efforts are being hampered by a club rule that demands large transfers be approved by the team’s American ownership.