Possible Bayern exit for German winger Serge Gnabry…In the past, interest from Liverpool

Possible Bayern exit for German winger Serge Gnabry...In the past, interest from Liverpool Transfers

Jurgen Klopp, who turned Borussia Dortmund into one of the world’s most powerful clubs on a limited budget, took over the reins at Liverpool in October 2015. He led the club to the Europa League final in his first season, and his skills since then have been undisputed.

He also hoisted the Premier League and Champions League trophies, but will step down at the end of this season. Liverpool will have a new coach, but Mohamed Salah’s departure is uncertain and they are looking for a right winger or center forward.

The Reds have been reported to be linked with all kinds of attackers, including truthful and not-so-truthful articles.In the past, interest in German international Serge Gnabry has been reported, and Fabrizio Romano has suggested that the player could be for sale by Bayern Munich this summer.

“We’ve had a lot of rumours about Bayern Munich players in recent times, with Alphonso Davies on the list at Real Madrid, while the club also need to tie down Joshua Kimmich to a new contract.”

“And now, there’s been speculation about Serge Gnabry being available this summer, with possible interest from the Premier League, though my understanding is that Bayern’s plans will be finalised once a new manager is appointed, as they still need to decide on their replacement when Thomas Tuchel leaves his job at the end of the season.”

“It’s still early for these kinds of decisions, but for sure there would be interest in Gnabry in case Bayern decide to put him on the market this summer.”

“We all know he’s a top player and capable of great things so if they decide to make him available I’m sure we’ll see suitors emerging, but it’s too early to say yet that this will definitely be the case.”


Combined with repeated injuries, the 28-year-old winger has not performed as well this season as he has in past seasons. He has played only “14” games, a number that is very low.

Also, with the emergence of 18-year-old forward Mathys Tel, the impression is that he has been relegated from his absolute position at his current club.

The former Arsenal forward, who scored 84 goals and provided 51 assists for the German champions, is unlikely to attract Liverpool’s renewed interest. He will turn 29 this August, so he is no longer a youngster. The conditions are not suitable for a reinforcement plan for a new era.

Will Serge Gnabry ever return to England, where he played as a youngster?