Now it’s getting really hot in Bayern Munich’s transfer poker for Juve’s Dutch defensive star Matthijs de Ligt: A delegation from the German champions negotiated in Turin and a first offer was made – but another should follow quickly.
Bayern is negotiating in Turin for De Ligt: On Monday, Bayern Munich’s sports director Hasan Salihamidzic (45) and technical director Marco Neppe (36) negotiated in Turin for superstar Matthijs de Ligt (22) – that confirms the “image” that the duo met in the evening when returning at Munich Airport.
Short, compact, clear
First offer submitted: According to the newspaper, FC Bayern is offering 60 million euros plus bonus payments that can increase to a double-digit million amount. According to Italian transfer expert Mirko Di Natale, Juventus immediately rejected that. Turin will not withdraw his claim. But the journalist also says: “Bayern will present a new offer in the next few hours. The parties are in constant contact.”
Poker should be ended quickly: Juventus is planning a sum of 80 million euros for the highly talented defender. Both sides are interested in a quick solution. The Dutchman had already committed himself to Bayern and came to an oral agreement with the club.