Bavaria sets financial pain threshold

Joshua Zirkzee’s future at Bayern Munich is still open. In recent weeks there have been numerous speculations and rumors about a possible farewell in the summer. According to recent media reports, Ajax Amsterdam have inquired about the 21-year-old striker.

At the end of April, the first reports circulated that Ajax would deal with Joshua Zirkzee. Due to Sebastien Haller’s forthcoming move to Borussia Dortmund, Amsterdam now seems to be intensifying its efforts to attract the FCB talent.

As Dutch transfer insider Mike Verweij and the portal “Voetbal International” reported unanimouslyAjax has now contacted FC Bayern and expressed an interest in Zirkzee.

Bayern demands more than ten million euros for Zirkzee

With 31 goals in 47 games, the young attacker made a strong impression at RSC Anderlecht last season. According to “SPORT1” information, Bayern are considering giving Zirkzee a new chance of probation. Accordingly, this should be recommended in the summer preparation for a permanent squad place. If he succeeds, there could be a contract extension. This is currently only tied to FCB until 2023.

According to Verweij, however, Bayern are also open to a sale if an attractive offer is received. According to reports, Munich are demanding more than ten million euros for the U21 international. Its current market value is estimated by Transfermarkt at eleven million euros.

Zirkzee would like to play regularly in the future

Zirkzee himself has recently emphasized that he is no longer interested in a backup role and would like to play regularly in the future. If this is not possible at Bayern, the striker will probably push for a permanent farewell.

But one thing is clear: Julian Nagelsmann & Co. will not make a quick decision in the Zirkzee cause and will first wait for the preparation and possibly the first games in the new season. In addition, a lot depends on whether and how things will continue with Robert Lewandowski in Munich.



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