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Bayern will not sell any first-team players in the transfer window

Posted on June 05, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has completely turned football and the summer transfer market upside-down, even for seven-time defending Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.

It appears that big-money moves will be few and far between, though Bayern are still expected to follow through and land Leroy Sané from Manchester City on a five-year deal, as per iSports football livescore API.

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However, with valuations on players plummeting, it’s unlikely that Bayern will sell any of their first-team players this summer other than Corentin Tolisso.

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Even though David Alaba only has one year left on his contract and is currently in discussions regarding a new deal, Kicker report that Bayern would not sell the player if they fail to agree on a new contract.

The same goes for Thiago. Even though outlets in Germany previously believed the two parties were working hard to get a new deal done, most German media claim that talks have since stalled.

According to football data provider iSports API, even though Thiago only one year remaining on his contract, Bayern reportedly want €60-80m for the player – something that sounds completely ludicrous.

Bayern have recently secured new deals for Thomas Müller, Manuel Neuer, and Alphonso Davies.

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