The Bavarian club plans its future and has a West Ham United youth on file, who are also looking for other greats from Europe.
Bayern Munich is in full recess after having successfully completed the short span of competition, with the double of titles in the Bundesliga and the German cup, but it does not stop in its future planning.
Despite having the best squad in German football, which translates into the hegemony established for so many seasons, the Bavarian club is targeting the transfer market to empower itself.
After having crystallized the hiring of Leroy Sané, from Manchester City, from Munich they are looking for a somewhat more unknown but talented player in the end. Who is it about? Benicio Baker-Boaitey.
The English footballer who turned 16 last January is a member of West Ham United’s inferiors, works as a left winger – although he can also do it from the right – and, according to the British newspaper The Sun, is of Bayern’s interest.
But not only from Germany they explore the possibility of reaching an agreement for this gem, but Liverpool, Manchester United and PSG are also interested.
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