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Matthijs de Ligt for FCB change probably ready to give up salary



Matthijs de Ligt for FCB change probably ready to give up salary

Matthijs de Ligt apparently wants to accept a salary cut for a move to Bayern Munich. Hasan Salihamidzic probably already expressed interest in Noussair Mazraoui and Ryan Gravenberch in Salzburg last October. Here you can find news and rumors about FCB.

More news about the German record champions from the previous day can be found here.

Matthijs de Ligt: Salary waiver for FCB change?

Matthijs de Ligt apparently wants to accept a salary cut for a move to Bayern Munich. A report of sports picture According to the report, the 22-year-old central defender currently earns ten million euros net per year at Juventus Turin, at FC Bayern it would be less.

No agreement has yet been reached in a first round of negotiations between the Munich and Turin officials on Monday. FC Bayern offered 60 million euros including possible bonus payments.

FCB: Interested in Mazraoui and Gravenberch since October?

Sports director Hasan Salihamidzic apparently held initial talks with the late advisor Mino Raiola in Salzburg last October about possible commitments from Noussair Mazraoui and Ryan Gravenberch from Ajax Amsterdam. That reports the sports picture.

Mazraoui ultimately moved to Munich on a free transfer, Gravenberch cost a fee of 18.5 million euros.

According to the report, the Gravenberch transfer was temporarily on the brink because FC Bayern did not want to meet Ajax’s transfer requirements. He was saved because Raiola’s successor, Rafaela Pimenta, contributed half a million euros from agency royalties.

FC Bayern: Details on the Roca transfer

Marc Roca’s transfer fee of 12 million euros for his move to Leeds United can probably increase relatively easily. If the 25-year-old Spaniard played 25 competitive games, it would be loud sports picture to additional payments of 1.25 million euros. A total of another five million euros are possible.

FC Bayern: Mintzlaff expects Laimer to stay

Managing director Oliver Mintzlaff from RB Leipzig expects Konrad Laimer to stay. The 25-year-old Austrian does not want to extend his contract, which expires in 2023, and is apparently pushing for a move to interested FC Bayern.

“Konni Laimer is a very important part of our game, we would be very reluctant to give him up,” said Mintzlaff sports picture. “We discussed internally what would need to happen for us to potentially open the door for a move. But assume Konni is significantly more likely to stay with us next season than him anywhere else plays.”

Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann sees the 25-year-old Austrian as the ideal reinforcement for central midfield. According to information from, Bayern have already made an initial offer of 22 million euros plus bonuses, which was rejected by Leipzig.

Oliver Kahn: Public role as boss “underestimated”

Oliver Kahn “underestimated” the role of public appearances in his role as CEO of FC Bayern Munich. In the meantime, however, it has become “clear to him that as a CEO it is necessary to be even more present in public,” he said 11friends.

Here are statements by Kahn on the 50+1 rule.

FC Bayern: Summer timetable at a glance

date Opponent venue contest
Wednesday July 20th DC United Audi Field, Washington DC (USA) test match
Saturday 23rd July Manchester City Lambeau Field, Green Bay (USA) test match
Saturday July 30th RB Leipzig Red Bull Arena, Leipzig Supercup final
Wednesday 31 August Victoria Cologne Höhenberg Sports Park, Cologne DFB Cup, 1st round