Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are looking for other options in pursuit of a winger due to the hardball being played by Manchester City on Leroy Sane.
Sane was on the verge of moving to Munich last summer only for him to rupture the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the Community Shield clash with Liverpool in August.
Bayern was believed to be doing all they can to return for Sane in the next summer but the interest has cooled down in recent weeks according to Kicker.
One reason why Bayern changed their mind is due in large part to Sané’s recent decision to switch agents. This means that the terms of the deal that had been previously agreed must be renegotiated, which is a hassle the Bavarians are not keen to endure.
Kicker further reports that the Bavarians are contemplating making a bid for RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner with the player said to have a release clause of between €50m and €60m.
The problem with the Warner deal is that he is wanted by a series of clubs with European giants Liverpool being among them; the Reds appear to have a head start on other interested parties.