Bayern Munich confirm interest in Manchester City's Leroy Sané

Bayern Munich confirm interest in Manchester City's Leroy Sané

It seems everyone is trying to get involved in the Leroy Sané to Bayern Munich story, as Nicolo Schira, journalist for Gazzetta dello Sport and Calciomercato, provides an update on his Twitter.

The 35-year-old winger will end a decade-long association with the Bundesliga champions following the DFB-Pokal final against RB Leipzig on May 25. "In addition, I had perhaps the best pre-season of my career".

Bayern officials have confirmed their interest in bringing Sane to the Allianz Arena, although club president Uli Hoeness insists they will not pay more than €80 million (£71m/$90m) for any player.

Arjen Robben joined Real Madrid in 2007 from Premier League side Chelsea. But when politics come into play, and you don't have a real opportunity, you must decide if you want to keep fighting or continue your career elsewhere.

"It was not just [Cristiano] Ronaldo". He then bought Ronaldo, but also Kaka, [Karim] Benzema and Xabi Alonso.

'They spent so much money and told us they needed to make some money with sales.

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Bayern convinced him quickly that they were the right choice primarily through their captain, Mark van Bommel, and coach, Louis van Gaal. Both clearly signalled to me: "Come to Munich, please".

"After all, there was no going back after leaving a huge club like Real Madrid".

The Premier League champions have been holding talks with the winger since September, but Sane has stalled. Robben went on to add that the decision wasn't easy for him and his family but it turned out to be the best decision of his career.

"I wanted to show that I was good enough".

Manchester City have been linked with selling Sane for between €70m and €100m, but Sane digging in his heels may put Bayern Munich in a good position to negotiate.

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