Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer gives green light for deal to happen after Manchester United offer £200,000-a-week deal
Manchester United have been handed a boost in their pursuit of Leon Goretzka, with Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer saying they won’t pay over the odds to secure his future.
Now we all know that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a man that knows he needs to splash some serious cash this transfer window and add some players to the squad that will send a real statement to the rest of the Premier League
The Red Devils have already secured a transfer deal for Jadon Sancho, who has been signed by the club in a deal worth £73 million, and Rafa Varane is also set for a more to Old Trafford, but there is some reports that he is interested in a deal for Goretzka
The Germany international joined Bayern on a free transfer from Schalke in 2018 and he’s a regular at the Allianz Arena, scoring eight times in 32 appearances last term, but Goretzka is said to be open to leaving the club after three years in Bavaria.
Now, amid all the speculation, German outlet Bild report that United have offered the midfielder a £200,000-a-week deal for him to join the club when his contract expires next year, and Hainer will not meet the high demands of the German star
We can see just why United are very much interested in seeing a deal for Goretzka, but unless United make an offer that is simply too good to turn down, we cannot see the German leaving the Bundesliga giants this summer
The transfer window has just a few weeks left and there hasnt really been much movement but speculation for months now