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Salihamidzic hints at further Bayern transfers

Sadio Mané is without a doubt FC Bayern’s king transfer this summer. According to Bayern sports director Hasan Salihamidzic, the Munich team has not yet ended their transfer activities.

With Noussair Mazraoui, Ryan Gravenberch and Sadio Mané, FC Bayern has sealed three top transfers before the official start of the summer transfer period. However, the Munich team has not completed their transfer planning with that: “I am totally focused on the transfer market until August 31 and hope that we can still get things done before the start of training on July 4th or 8th. I know from experience that a lot can still happen,” explained Bayern sports director Hasan Salihamidzic in an interview with “Sport BILD”.

Laimer is at the top of Bayern’s wish list

According to consistent media reports, RB professional Konrad Laimer is at the top of Bayern’s wish list. The Austrian should be Julian Nagelsmann’s absolute dream player. In addition, the FCB could also strengthen its offensive again in terms of personnel. However, whether it will come to that depends largely on Robert Lewandowski and his sporting future on the Isar.

As of today, however, according to Salihamidzic, there is no longer any need to improve the storm: “For now, we are very well positioned on the offensive with Sadio Mané.” The 45-year-old also emphasized that he would like to avoid last-minute transfers this summer: “I’m a friend of getting things done early in the transfer market. The pandemic has made that difficult in recent years.”

Sabitzer and Sarr could still leave the record champions

Something could still be done, not only in terms of newcomers. According to rumours, Bayern want to further “thin out” their squad. With Corentin Tolisso and Marc Roca, two players have already left the club. Marcel Sabitzer and Bouna Sarr are also considered candidates for sale.


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