Leroy Sane: Bayern apologise after announcing player’s transfer from Man City too soon

Leroy Sane has joined German club Bayern Munich from Manchester City, Photos of the player in his new club jersey surfaced online despite the deal yet to be confirmed.

Bayern Munich have been made to apologise for announcing the deal too soon The Bundesliga giants were made to apologise after the announced the signing of Manchester City star Leroy Sane from Manchester City too soon.

Leroy Sane reportedly signed for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich after several months of being linked with the German club. Bayern were recently crowned German champions after winning the league with a few matches to spare.

The Bavarians have never hidden their intentions of signing Sane from Man City, a move which was slowed down due to his injury during the Community Shield game against Liverpool. Photos of the German player surfaced online as he clads himself in the new club’s jersey. And while the deal is expected to be confirmed imminently, it had not gone through last night

So Bayern had to say sorry to City for their mistake.

Meanwhile Sane is set to pocket around £20m in “extras” over his five year stay at Bayern. Sane will earn around £385,000 per week in wages in Bavaria – which works out around £19.8m per year.

Brazilian star Phillipe Coutinho has reportedly accepted to take a whopping fifty percent cut on his £240k-a-week wages to extend Bayern Munich loan until end of season. The German club in 2019 paid out an €8.5m loan fee and agreed to take on the 27-year-old’s full salary this season in Germany. He played a total of 75 games for Barcelona scoring 21 goals and provided 11 assists.

He played a total of 75 games for Barcelona scoring 21 goals and provided 11 assists. Barcelona agreed a deal with the Bundesliga giants for the loan signing of Brazilian international who joined the Camp Nou side in the summer of 2019.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Willian and Pedro will not be leaving Chelsea at the end of June when their respective contracts expire. The attacking duo have agreed with the Blues to stay until the current Premier League season ends in July. However, both the Brazilian and the Spaniard will not participate in Chelsea’s Champions League campaign in August. Frank Lampard’s men have already conceded three goals in the first leg of their last 16 tie against Bayern Munich and would be impossible to overturn the deficit from the newly-crowned Bundesliga champions.

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