Bayern Munich have already made one defensive signing in the January transfer window, bringing in Eric Dier from Tottenham Hotspur. But the Bavarians are still looking for a right-back, and they have narrowed their options down to two: Nordi Mukiele of Paris Saint-Germain and Sacha Boey of Galatasaray.
According to Sky Sports, Bayern are still in talks with PSG over a loan deal for Mukiele. The deal is not yet done, but all parties are optimistic that it will be finalized soon. The main sticking point is the purchase option: Bayern want an option to buy, while PSG would prefer a mandatory purchase clause.
If the Mukiele deal falls through, Bayern have Boey as a backup option. The Galatasaray defender is a serious contender for the role, and Bayern have been monitoring him for some time. Initial talks have already taken place, and a verbal agreement is not far off. Boey is ready to join Bayern if Mukiele does not move to Munich.
Boey’s contract with Galatasaray runs until 2025. Bayern would need to pay a significant fee for the 23-year-old, as Galatasaray would only sell him outright. The Turkish club is asking for between €20 million and €25 million, including bonuses.