Real Madrid, one of the best teams in La Liga, is said to be thinking about a possible €50 million move for Bayern Munich attacker Serge Gnabry
Spanish news outlet Defensa Central says that Real Madrid is interested in Serge Gnabry again for a possible move in the summer transfer window. For Los Blancos to sign the Bayern Munich forward, they will have to pay €50 million.
Serge Gnabry’s career has been going well since he joined Bayern Munich almost five years ago. The German international has become a mainstay in the attack for both his club and his country. He will probably be on the flight to Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup later this year.
In 171 games for Bayern Munich, the 26-year-old has scored 64 goals and set up 40 more. But Gnabry’s future at Bundesliga champion Bayern Munich is uncertain because he is in the last year of his contract. Several well-known clubs in Europe, including Real Madrid, have taken notice of this situation.
Even though they failed to sign Kylian Mbappe in a Bosman move, Los Blancos originally didn’t plan to look for a wide attacker during the summer transfer window. But Real Madrid’s plans have changed in the last few weeks because there are so many unknowns about Marco Asensio’s future.
Will Gnabry move to Santiago Bernabeu?
The Spanish player could leave the Santiago Bernabeu during the summer transfer window, which would force Real Madrid to look for a new player. Even though recent reports said that Real Madrid wouldn’t try to sign Gnabry this year, he is once again a good option for them.
At the same time, there were rumours that Gnabry wanted to stay with Bayern Munich, which could make things harder for Real Madrid. But the Bundesliga champions are willing to sell the German international player if someone offers €50 million.
Since AC Milan and Arsenal are also interested in Asensio, the Spanish powerhouses are considering a €50 million move for Gnabry, as they might be able to get him without spending much. But a move for the attacker from Bayern Munich depends on Asensio’s possible departure this summer.