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Report: FC Bavaria has Demele in the background

For a long time Ousmane Demele of FC Barcelona was considered an alternative reinforcement for FC Bavaria Munich, if the deal with desired candidate Leroy Sane could not be realised. Recently, however, the interest in the former BVB professional was considered to have declined. Now there is supposed to be a new turn.

As the portal “Don Balon” reports, the Munich people are still dealing with Demele. According to the report, the French World Champion is still on the transfer list of the double winner and remains Plan B for Sane.

According to the report, the Bavarians are ready to pay up to 100 million euros for Demele. Barca, too, is not opposed to a sale of the attacker in principle. But in order to pull the 22-year-old out, the Catalans demand to hear at least the sum that they have transferred 2017 to Borussia Dortmund: 125 million euros.


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Munich’s wishing player remains Leroy Sane. Even if it says and writes 146 million euros. There is still a transfer of the ManCity star but not in dry towels.

Last the “kicker” reported that Demele no longer plays a role in the transfer plans of FC Bavaria, according to “Bild” there was even absolute radio silence. It was also said earlier that the Frenchman also did not want to switch back to the Bundesliga. Perhaps now there will be a reversal?

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Ohnehin is said to have provoked divided opinions among the Munich officials. According to the information provided by the “Sport Bild”, the Chairman of the Board of Directors Karl-Heinz Rummenigge was considered to be in favour of a transfer.

Club President Uli Hoeness, on the other hand, is said to have been skeptical from the beginning. In particular, the problematic behaviour of the World Champion outside the square had failed Hoenez.

Already in his time at the Bundesliga competitor Borussia Dortmund Demele noticed several failures. Above all, his much criticised departure from the BVB strike seems to be well remembered by the Bavarian President.