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Club chief tells Tottenham transfer target that Bayern Munich has its limits over contract extension wages

By Eddie Razo -

The forward group is a position that Tottenham Hotspur wants to strengthen this summer. The north London club wants more options that allow them to create chances and score goals. 

Various players are connected to Spurs to fill this role on the squad, and one of them is Bayern Munich’s Serge Gnabry, whose contract expires in 2023. The Bundesliga side has to decide whether they can agree on the financial terms of an extension or sell him this summer.

Bayern Munich’s sports director, Hasan Salihamidzic, confirmed in statements to Sport1 (via Mundo Deportivo) that they will not give Gnabry “a deadline.” However, the club chief warns that the German champion has “limits” that he will never exceed. 

“We try to offer the best to each player, but we have limits, and he must decide. Gnabry is great, I like him a lot, and I would be delighted if he stays. We have had many conversations, and we will have more. We will not give him a deadline,” Salihamidzic said.

Gnabry is the second-highest scorer for the German champion this year, only behind the striker Robert Lewandowski. As a result, he wants a new deal that reflects his production. 

Bild recently reported that the winger would earn around €17-million to €19-million per year in the proposal by Bayern Munich, but Gnarby might not be satisfied with the offer. 

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SimonSpur
SimonSpur
6 months ago

Well Kane won’t be off to Man City this summer. Does that leave just Real Madrid? Man United would be a bad move considering the shambles that club now is?

Archibald&Crooks (SC)
Archibald&Crooks (SC)
6 months ago

Anyway….this bloke is out of our league in wages – no moaning that is just fact.
From memory we have 2 players on £200k+
1 is Harry Kane
1 is a stinking bag of manure

Paul
Paul
6 months ago

In other words words, Bayern is an institution with a system. If you fit in you have certain value, when you as a player decides you exceed that threshold it is time to go. Our system is way more important than any one player. There you go, I fix the chief’s statement. Notice the conversation is always about Bayern the club, The manager, then player and then German football. Not necessary in that order.

Archibald&Crooks (SC)
Archibald&Crooks (SC)
6 months ago
Reply to  Paul

yeah but how moany golf courses do they own?

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