João Cancelo’s loan at Bayern Munich expires in the summer. Manchester City should, according to the Spanish Sports but have lowered his transfer fee, the Skyblues are said to be asking only 40 million euros for the Portuguese.
Bayern have a fixed purchase option for 70 million euros in Cancelo’s loan agreement, but the German record champions apparently do not want to pull the clause. But in addition to FCB, FC Barcelona should also be interested in Cancelo, according to the report, the full-back’s advisor was in Barcelona a few weeks ago.
Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic recently commented on the Portuguese’s future: “He’s a top player, technically a feast for the eyes. We’re glad we have him. We haven’t decided anything yet, we’ll do that after the season.”
Cancelo’s contract with Manchester City runs until 2027. Since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel at FC Bayern and the injury to Alphonso Davies, the 28-year-old has been on the Säbener Straße and has one goal and six assists in 20 competitive games.