Bayern Munich rules out the signing of Dominik Livakovic

As reported by the German newspaper BILD, the Bayern Munich has ruled out the possibility of signing Dominik Livakovic in the winter transfer market. A piece of news that comes hand in hand with the club’s need to incorporate a new goalkeeper due to the injury suffered by Manuel Neuer and that will keep him away from the pitch for the rest of the season.

Bayern Munich will try to recover Alexander Nubel from AS Monaco to become the club’s new starting goalkeeper. The German goalkeeper is on loan until the summer of 2023 at AS Monaco and the intention of the Bavarian Giant is to end the agreement with the French team so that he returns early. They are still in negotiation between both institutions.

Dominik Livakovic is in the crosshairs of several important teams

Dominik Livakovic is one of the best goalkeepers at the Qatar 2022 World Cup and will play Saturday’s match for third place against Morocco. Several clubs have been interested in incorporating him, such as Sevilla. The Seville team sees him as an interesting option in case Bono’s departure is confirmed. Dinamo Zagreb is waiting for an offer for their goalkeeper.

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