German club, Bayern Munich have officially submitted an offer to Manchester City to sign the English club’s winger, Leroy Sane.
According to Bayern’s sporting director, Hasan Salihamidzic, negotiations between the two clubs officially began last week, despite rumours that they had already begun in the previous weeks.
This is the first official offer that has been reported to have come from either party in connection with the potential transfer.
The offer comes just over a few hours after CEO of Bayern Munich, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge forced an apology out of Bayern’s coach, Niko Kovac to City’s manager, Pep Guardiola and Manchester City for saying that he felt “confident” that Bayern would be signing Sane.
For the Bundesliga champions, this, by far, has been the most significant update on the winger’s transfer to join Bayern since there has not yet been an official bid submitted to Manchester City for the midfielder prior to this curent offer.
However, details on the fee have not yet been disclosed, but if the bid is accepted, Sane could be travelling to Munich within the coming days to finalize the deal.