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Lucas Hernández apparently tells FCB that he wants to change

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Lucas Hernández apparently informed those responsible at FC Bayern Munich on Tuesday that he wanted to change. That reports sky.

During the meeting of the “Sports Committee”, in which Declan Rice’s exit from poker was also decided, central defender Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Uli Hoeneß and Co. informed that he would not extend his contract, which expired in 2024.

Hernández finally rejected the offer to extend his working paper until 2027, which he is said to have had for months. Previously, it was only reported that the Frenchman would hesitate because he had a lucrative offer from Paris Saint-Germain.

PSG apparently lures Hernández with a five-year contract, one year more than Bayern. To the sky-According to a report, a decent salary increase beckons him in the French capital. We are talking about 15 million euros gross per year.

According to current developments, Bayern should be ready to let Hernández go. The FCB bosses informed the 27-year-old that it would now be up to PSG whether a transfer would ultimately take place. The demands of the record champions should amount to 60 million euros plus bonuses.

FC Bayern: Hernández wanted clarity before vacation

According to information, Hernández is the Picture-Zeitung himself approached the management level of Bayern to have clarity about his future before he left for his summer vacation.

When he returns, there should be clarity. Loud sky but there will also be no attempts to change the defender’s mind. The contract offer will not be improved.

In addition to Hernández, another defender in Benjamin Pavard is said to be flirting with a farewell. If both go, Bayern would have to react to the transfer market and bring at least one new central defender to the Isar.

Hernández switched from Atlético Madrid to Munich in 2019 for the Bundesliga record sum of 80 million euros that still exists today.

Since then he has made 107 competitive appearances for FC Bayern. In the past season, Hernández only played seven times because, among other things, he missed the entire second half of the season with a cruciate ligament tear.

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