Transfer News- Bayern Munich does not want to sell their star man

Transfer News- Bayern Munich does not want to sell their star man

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In the recent past, the German striker of Bayern Munich has changed his agent in to prompt the suggestions that he is ready to leave Bayern Munich in the next season.get more Bayern Munich news on


Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes says that he cannot imagine that the Bundesliga giants will sell their star man in the upcoming season, but the attacker’s recent change of his agent triggered the suggestion of him leaving the Bundesliga giants.


Pini Zahavi is the current agent of the Polish striker right now, he is the one who helped Neymar to make the world record move from Barcelona to PSG.


The Bayern Munich gaffer is not so sure about the transfer scenario and he is adamant that the Bundesliga giants will not sell him.


The Bayern coach voiced: "Well, that's your interpretation.


"I think there's nothing wrong with a player changing his agent. I can't judge the reasons.


"It doesn't mean anything at all for us, given the way I know the officials here at Bayern and what I've heard from them.


"Bayern is not a club that sells the top players. Top players at Bayern stay at Bayern. I can't imagine there's a chance of him leaving Bayern."


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