Bayern Munich find themselves at a crossroads in goal due to Yan Sommer’s imminent departure to Inter Milan and Manuel Neuer’s lingering injury. Faced with this situation, the German club are looking to finalize the signing of a quality goalkeeper to strengthen their squad for next season and Sevilla’s Yassine Bounou is the chosen one.
The Moroccan goalkeeper’s name has re-emerged as an option for Bayern Munich, after he made a previous offer that fell short of Sevilla’s expectations. The leaders of the Andalusian club have made it clear that they want at least 20 million euros for the transfer, especially considering the doubts that Dmitrovic generated in the preseason.
The Moroccan player, who has already turned down offers in the past, is now determined to take the leap and seek new horizons. His coach, Mendilibar, has indicated his intention to bet on Dmitrovic, which led Bono to seriously consider his departure. Furthermore, Sevilla need an economic injection and see the sale of Bono as an opportunity to achieve it.
The Germans do not reach the Sevillian claims
At the moment, Bayern Munich is not even remotely considering offering the 20 million euros that Sevilla are asking for Bono, on the contrary, according to the newspaper BRANDThe idea of the Bavarians is to offer an amount between 10 and 13 million euros, a figure they consider sufficient and within the current transfer market. The fact is that the Germans are very interested in the Moroccan goalkeeper and it seems they will keep trying to bring him to this market, so Sevilla, if they want to make money, will have to sit down and negotiate.