Gündogan to Bayern?
According to the transfer expert, "German clubs" are interested
Created: 05/19/2022 05:53
By: Michael Haug
National player Ilkay Gündogan should be allowed to leave Manchester City in the summer.
In addition to FC Barcelona, German teams should also be interested.
Munich – FC Bayern Munich is looking for reinforcements in defensive midfield.
According to media reports, Ryan Gravenberch's commitment is nearing completion.
But the record champions seem to want to commit another central man.
Konrad Laimer is considered a candidate, Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann described him as a "ball winning machine".
The Austrian also hinted at his departure from RB Leipzig on the “Kicker meets DAZN” podcast.
But suddenly there seems to be a new option on the market.
Manchester City: Ilkay Gündogan is said to be allowed to look for a new club
Ilkay Gundogan could leave Manchester City!
The international started 20 Premier League games this season.
Officially, the club is talking about contract talks after the end of the season, but according to
, Gündogan is said to have been informed by City that a contract extension is unlikely.
He may look for a new club.
Gündogan is also not averse to a change, as he expects to be able to start in every game, according to the report.
Ilkay Gundogan came on as a substitute at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
© IMAGO/Jonathan Moscrop
The current annual salary of the 56-time national player is estimated at eight to nine million euros a year, the market value of the native of Gelsenkirchen is
35 million euros according to
Who is ready to invest in Gündogan?
FC Bayern: Transfer expert reports on interest from the Bundesliga
Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reports on ongoing talks between Gündogan's agents and Manchester City.
It's about the future of the DFB star, a change is likely.
According to the Italian, FC Barcelona, German clubs and Arsenal FC should be interested if they reach the Champions League.
Romano does not mention which German clubs are involved.
Gündogan is considered a strategist, lives in Manchester right next to his coach Pep Guardiola and is said to spend private time with the former Bayern coach.
The fact that Gündogan worked both in Dortmund and at Manchester City speaks for a move to Bayern Munich.
Both teams play an intensive pressing, the same applies to FC Bayern under coach Nagelsmann.
Gündogan also exudes security with his experience, he hardly allows himself bad passes.
However, there are no concrete signs of talks between FC Bayern and Gündogan.
There could also be changes in the striker position at FC Bayern.
Will there be a spectacular barter deal?