The honorary president of the Bavarian club considers that the signing of Leroy Sané was too high an expense and there will be no more incorporations of that caliber.
The Honorary President of Bayern Munich, Uli Hoeness, does not believe that the German champion can finalize the purchase of Kai Havertz since Bayer Leverkusen, because the signing of Leroy Sané already meant a significant expense.
“I am sure that after Leroy Sané there will be no major transfers this year,” the former world and European champion said in an interview with FAZ.
That has nothing to do with Havertz’s quality, Hoeness explained: “We all think he is a very, very good player. But at this stage of coronavirus, after a transfer of almost 50 million, one of 70, 80 million or furthermore, I cannot imagine secure financing being achieved through player sales. “
Bayer Leverkusen sports director Simon Rolfes said at a press conference last Thursday that a concrete offer had not yet been received for Havertz, who was apparently ready to leave. Recently, several media reported that Chelsea would have reached an agreement with the footballer and would begin negotiations with the Aspirins.
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