Liverpool’s interest in Bayern Munich winger Leroy Sané is genuine…German journalist clarifies

Liverpool's interest in Bayern Munich winger Leroy Sané is genuine...German journalist clarifies Transfers

Throughout the transfer market this summer, Egyptian international Mohamed Salah continued to receive reports of intense interest from Saudi Arabia.

Liverpool was also said to have received a high verbal offer, but he rejected the offer without question and remained at Anfield.

Egyptian King, 31 years old but still Liverpool’s ace, has already scored 10 goals in the Premier League this season and contributes greatly to the team in terms of chance creation. He is one of the best forwards in the world, but will turn 32 next year.

It has been reported that Liverpool may be willing to sell him if a huge offer arrives from a Middle Eastern club next summer, and the club has begun the search for his successor.

German international Leroy Sane, who plays for Bayern Munich, is one of the candidates, and Christian Falk, a German journalist, has affirmed his interest.

“Liverpool’s interest in Leroy Sane is concrete.”

“You can compare him to the man he might end up replacing at Anfield in Mo Salah; they both have speed and Sane is certainly younger.”

“Bayern Munich are aware of the interest and after the international break they will meet the agents, LIAN Sports Group, to talk about an extension.”

“They really want to keep him and Sane said that Bayern is the first club he will be talking to.”

“His family has arrived in Munich after their new house was built and the player is feeling happy.”

During his time at Manchester City, he had experience in the Premier League, scoring 39 goals and 46 assists in 135 games for the club. 

He was also a mainstay at Bayern Munich, where he led the attack with 47 goals and 44 assists in 151 games.

A regular in Germany’s troubled national team, making 59 appearances, the 27-year-old fast winger is likely to adapt to Klopp’s fast-attacking style of soccer.

The problem is his overall athleticism, as he will have to play his way back to his own team when defending, something he often neglected to do during his time at City.

Will the German winger ever play at Anfield next season?