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Bayern Munich intend to sell Corentin Tolisso this summer

Posted on February 12, 2020

Corentin Tolisso has seen his role diminish significantly under Hansi Flick, making just one Bundesliga start since the former German national team assistant took charge of the club.

In fact, since that lone start (against Fortuna on 23 November), Tolisso has only stepped on the pitch for 33 minutes in the league, as per iSports football API and is believed to be very unhappy with his current role.

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Now, it appears his days with the Bavarians are numbered. According to Bild, Bayern intend to sell the World Cup-winning midfielder this summer in order to make room and money for incoming transfers.


One giant name specifically mentioned is Bayer Leverkusen’s 20-year-old sensation Kai Havertz, who has been linked with virtually every big club in the world, with Bayern and Liverpool seemingly favourites for his signature.

Havertz would likely cost the winning bidder a nine-figure fee, with Bild reporting two weeks ago that Leverkusen are currently demanding €130m for the player.

Tolisso arrived in summer 2017 from Lyon for what was then a club-record fee of €41.5m before Lucas Hernández came over from Atlético Madrid last summer for a whopping €80m.

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