Bryan Zaragoza was one of the big revelations of the season and it is now official that he will play for Bayern Munich from next season
After a season in which he amazed everyone and in which he was even an international player with the Spanish national team, Bryan Zaragoza will play for Bayern Munich next season. Bayern will pay 15 million euros for his transfer, which will only take place next summer. And the winger wants to help Granada CF fight to stay this season.
Be that as it may, and despite the great talent he has shown this season, it is a big leap for the footballer from Malaga. So much so that many are wondering whether the jump will be too big as he will become part of one of the best squads in Europe. Therefore Many expect a disastrous end for Bryan Zaragoza at Bayern Munich.
The fate that awaits Bryan Zaragoza at FC Bayern Munich
We haven’t seen him yet with his new team’s new jersey and There are already those who assume that their adventure in Germany will not go as expected. The reason many say is that other great players have already made a similar jump at other big clubs and failed to secure a place. Not for lack of quality or work, but because they arrive with a lower profile. That’s why coaches let them go in front of other players.
So that, The transfer of Bryan Zaragoza to Bayern Munich has been compared to others such as that of Iago Aspas to Liverpool or Lucas Pérez to Arsenal. Two great Spanish players who have made too big a leap and developed from absolute key players to rotation players. And they never managed to break down the property door.
Granada CF, his only obsession at the moment
Be that as it may, and although many doubt whether he can secure a place at FC Bayern Munich, Bryan Zaragoza is currently only thinking about saving himself with Granada CF. His transfer is now official and now all he has to do is work to ensure that the Nasrid team doesn’t have any problems this season. Something they can’t achieve at the moment.
With just one win in fifteen games, Granada CF sits second to last in the league. Salvation is now four points away and the team must improve if they do not want to suffer many more complications. Luckily for her, Bryan Zaragoza has postponed his move to FC Bayern Munich. And he wants to be one of the leaders of the team that goes to Germany and leaves them in the first division.