The Leroy Sane Transfer Saga Continues to Rumble On

January 29, 2020 4:39 pm

Leroy Sane’s transfer saga continues to rumble on even though the player is yet to kick a ball this season. The German international had sustained an ACL injury in August last year. The injury had kept him out for the most part of the season.

Leroy Sane was heavily linked for a move in summer to Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich. Though nothing was materialised early on in the window, and his injury in August ended Bayern’s interest in him. However, the Bundesliga outfit retained their interest and they were expected to make a move this January.

Leroy Sane Irked by Lack Of Interest From Bayern Munich

Leroy Sane himself was thought to be keen on a move back to his homeland. The German international had recently changed his agency. His new representatives are known to help players move clubs. All was on track for Bayern Munich and Leroy Sane, though it took a turn this season.

The Manchester City winger was expecting a bid from the Bavarians in the winter transfer window. However, Bayern made no such bid and it was believed that they’re cautious of not breaking the bank for Sane. This has thought to have irked Sane and he’s doubting Bayern’s interest in him.

The High-Profile Transfer Saga Rumbles on

Recent reports have suggested that Leroy Sane might not be keen for a move to Bundesliga anymore. Though he still wants to leave Premier League champions Manchester City. If the 24-year-old does put in a transfer request, he’s sure to attract a lot of interest from a host of clubs. His contract is also over in the next summer.


Though, Bayern Munich CEO, Karl-Heinz RummeniggeIf has again fueled interest in Leroy Sane. He was quoted saying, “If we are still interested in principle, which I do not rule out, we will first talk to the club in order to create a friendly atmosphere of conversation.”

This is one of those high profile transfer sagas which will continue to rumble on for a while. The deal between Leroy Sane and Bayern Munich has become complicated, which has made it interesting to see where the German ends up this summer.


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