Bayern Munich’s huge offer to sign Inter Milan player

Bayern Munich’s huge offer to sign an Inter Milan player aims to secure the midfield before the start of the new season 2021/2022.

Currently, many major European clubs are communicating with Inter Milan stars to include one of them in the current summer transfer window.

It seems that the exit of Antonio Conte from the club made it possible to sell some of the stars.

Bayern Munich’s huge offer to sign the jewel of Inter Milan

According to Inter News, a website close to Inter Milan, Bayern Munich puts Italian midfielder Nicolo Barilla at the top of his future goals to bolster the midfield.

Interestingly, Barilla has a mature personality, despite his young age.

He has been one of the best players in Serie A for the last two years. He has also consistently played for the Italian national team.

Thus, Bayern made a huge offer to include Barilla, for 70 million euros.

However, it is difficult for Barilla to leave this summer. The reason for this is that the Inter Milan administration sees Nicolo Barilla, the future captain of the team.

Thus, the Inter administration will try hard to keep Barilla and not sell him, whatever the temptations.

The young player is likely to end up renewing for a longer term with the club.

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Lewandowski’s successor renews his contract

Bayern Munich is preparing to work on renewing the contracts of some of the team’s players, after general satisfaction with what they have recently presented.

According to Sport 1, the club is close to putting the final touches on the extension of Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s contract.

His contract is due to expire at the end of June. Bayern is preparing to renew his contract for two years.

In fact, the Cameroon international striker is Hamburg-born. In the previous period, he was the substitute of Robert Lewandowski in the Bayern attack.

Moting was very satisfied with the role played by the 32-year-old star. Hence, he wants to continue at the Allianz Arena.

 

 

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