There are increasing signs that a possible change from Ousmane Dembélé from FC Barcelona to FC Bayern will not happen. Salary demands from Spain have now become known that make more than sit up and take notice.

Good offer from Munich: According to the French sports newspaper “L’Equipe”, FC Bayern is said to have offered Ousmane Dembélé (25) a four-year contract with a salary of 18 million euros per year. This would make the winger one of the top earners in Munich.

Dembélé calls up Mondpreis: But in view of the numbers that the Frenchman, who had no contract in the summer, called up for his current club FC Barcelona, ​​it is highly likely that nothing will come of a transfer. As “Bild” football boss Christian Falk reports in his podcast, Dembélé recently demanded an annual salary of 43 million euros – plus bonuses for winning the Spanish championship (two million euros) and winning the Champions League (five million euros).

Transfer unlikely: This moon price is so far removed from Bayern’s possibilities that further rapprochement seems pointless – not to mention that the clammy Catalans are not remotely able to raise this sum for Dembélé. In 2017, the eccentric offensive player switched from Borussia Dortmund to FC Barcelona for 140 million euros.

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