MU Revive Interest In Bayern’s Left Wonderkid
Manchester United are rumored to be trying to tease back their old target, Renato Sanches. The young midfielder Bayern Munchen was rated as a fit player to strengthen their midfield despite currently being in communication with AC Milan.
Bayern invested heavily when bringing Sanches in the summer of 2016 and then from Benfica. At that time the player who just stepped 18 years was valued 31 million Pounds Sterling. No wonder because he is considered the future star of the Portuguese national team.
Unfortunately his career at the Allianz Arena not seheboh transfer price. Sanches recorded only play six matches as a starter in the Bundesliga 2016/2017 season ago. In the arena DFB Pokal which incidentally is the right place to get any additional play minutes Sanches only play twice even though Bayern get to the final.
Just playing 618 minutes on the pitch is definitely not a good thing for the continuation of Sanches’ future. In the next season his luck is also not necessarily improved because Die Roten has brought in a new midfielder Corentin Tolisso.
With the current situation Sanches called to have awakened MU’s desire to approach him. According to The Sun, after failing to compete with Bayern last year Red Manchester are ready to cast a bid for anchor teenager this one. Moreover, he is one of the players who admired coach Jose Mourinho.
But the Red Devils got a tough competition from Milan for Sanches. Golden Boy award winning 2016 is confirmed to have contact with the Rossoneri who was keen to remodel the squad.
“Renato is a player who needs flying hours. If we feel unable to provide it then lending or a permanent sale could be an option, “said Karl-Heinz Rummenigge as CEO of Bayern.
“I can be sure if AC Milan is connected with us, but I feel if they will not willingly undertake the cost we want,” he added.
For the problem of budget transfer MU is definitely not lost to Milan. Interesting to look at the duel between The Red Devils counter Il Diavolo Rosso for Sanches this summer. (Give Me Sport)