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Serge Gnabry rejects Bayern’s €19m offer 

Serge Gnabry

Serge Gnabry According to Bild, has turned down Bayern’s revised contract offer. Bayern offered him a contract offer for €19 million per year. Serge Gnabry is set to become a free agent at the end of the 2022/23 season.

Bayern Munich has denied reports that Gnabry will be allowed to go on a free transfer. If the German winger does not respond, the Bavarian club may try to negotiate a fee for him this summer.

Gnabry declined to provide an update on his future while speaking at a news conference for the German national team. Meanwhile, Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer is hopeful that a deal with Gnabry can be reached.

Clubs interested in Serge Gnabry

A move to Arsenal or Real Madrid has been linked with Serge Gnabry. If Bayern Munich decides to sell him this summer, other teams may enter the race. The sum received from Gnabry’s departure will most likely be re-invested in the Bavarian club’s assault.

Moreover, Liverpool is another Premier League club that is rumored to be interested. The Daily Mail reports that if Sadio Mane is sold this summer, as a result, the Merseyside club is interested in signing Serge Gnabry. Given the Reds’ recent success under Jurgen Klopp, the Arsenal supporters are likely to be concerned.

Gnabry’s replacement

In the meanwhile, Sadio Mane and Sasa Kalajdzic are being pursued by the German Champions. Robert Lewandowski’s absence will most likely be filled by the two forwards. It will certainly take two players to replace the Polish striker, given his remarkable production in recent seasons. The club’s management will be hoping that Serge Gnabry’s replacement will not be needed in the summer.

There’s still a chance

There is at least some optimism for those hoping to see Serge Gnabry sign a new contract with Bayern Munich, despite Sky Sport’s assessment that it is becoming increasingly improbable.

In conclusion, Bayern Munich will try to transfer Gnabry for around €40 million this summer if no deal can be reached, according to Sky.

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