Bayern ready to negotiate: price tag for Leon Goretzka

Bayern ready to negotiate: price tag for Leon Goretzka

FC Bayern wants to change the squad after the chaos of the previous season. Leon Goretzka’s name keeps coming up in connection with a departure.

At the latest with the arrival of Thomas Tuchel on the coaching bench at FC Bayern, Leon Goretzka has fallen out of the top ranks. The ongoing low form of the German national player has not only cost him a lot of credit in the DFB team. On Säbener Straße, people are now thinking intensively about selling the box-to-box player.

According to ‘Sky’, Bayern would be willing to talk to offers in the range of 40-50 million euros. There is no evidence of interest from other clubs. So far, only loose rumors about ideas from Atlético Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United have appeared in the media. Whether a club really dares a concrete advance is still in the stars.

Starting eleven place extremely questionable

Goretzka himself always emphasized that he was not concerned with leaving. At the same time, however, Tuchel leaves open whether he is even planning to have Goretzka as a regular. “I think that all the midfielders are there now and want to see what happens, what is the coach planning, where is my place, do I feel comfortable there, do I get the chance, the playing time that I can imagine,” the coach explained at a press conference on Saturday.

According to ‘Sky’ information, Tuchel sees new signing Konrad Laimer (26) alongside Captain Joshua Kimmich (28) in central midfield. Ryan Gravenberch (21) has been pawing his hooves for quite some time, and there are always rumors of other newcomers in Goretzka’s position. The efforts for Declan Rice (24) should also have been a pointer.

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