Man City boss Guardiola wishes Sane well ahead of Bayern Munich move

Manchester City's Sane to join Bayern Munich

Bayern complete $98 million swoop for City winger Sane

The Germany global will join the Bundesliga champions for an initial fee of about £44.7m in a deal that could rise to £54.8m.

While the Bundesliga campaign ended last weekend with Bayern defending the title, the Premier League runs until the end of July after being suspended for three months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Sane has just a year remaining on his contract with the Premier League side and had informed Man City of his desire for a new challenge, refusing to sign a new contract at the Etihad amid a desire to return to his native Germany.

As per reports carried out by German media outlets, the two teams had agreed on a fee in the region of 55 million pounds as part of a deal that would keep him at Munich until 2025.

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Sane will earn £385,000-a-week at Bayern, double what City were willing to pay him under the terms of their contract extension offer.

City and Bayern reached agreement last night over a fee for Germany worldwide Sane, 24, whose four-year spell with the Blues is now over.

The Germany global played a major role in the Blues' run to a domestic treble last season, but a knee ligament injury saw him sidelined for the majority of the 2019-20 campaign.

Unfortunately for Manchester City, the Frenchman isn't thought to be keen on a move right now, feeling settled at Bayern Munich.

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Eleven minutes from one appearance, with the other three matches spent going through the motions of warming up without ever getting onto the pitch, has been quite something to witness for a player who has been clearly missed this season.

"He will have another chapter at a fantastic club in Bayern". And yet, his exit still comes tinged with frustration.

"I give him a big, big thanks for all the years together".

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