Real Madrid Already Know The Price Tag Of Serge Gnabry
Bayern Munich would only sell the 26-year-old German star for 40 million euros, a number that might be reduced to nothing if 'Los Blancos' chose to wait until next season to do so, as they did with David Alaba.
There has been a lot of speculation recently about Serge Gnabry becoming the new Real Madrid player.
The 26-year-old right winger's contract with Bayern Munich has one year left on it, although he might leave the German club early.
The German international has given Madrid the nod in the last few hours, but the club is still unsure about his coming.
In fact, "Marca" claims that the "Merengue" club has neither received an official offer nor has it shown any interest, for the moment, in signing the Bayern player.
This does not prevent Gnabry from being linked with the Spaniards.
The newspaper "Sport" claims that Real Madrid already knows the price tag of the player from the Bavarian side, for which Bayern would ask 40 million euros.
A figure that could become free if the Spanish club decides to wait until next season to do the same as they did with David Alaba, who decided not to renew his contract in order to leave Munich as a free agent.
Lionel Messi new price tag to leave Barcelona €100 million.
Sources close to the situation claim a significant compromise will likely be reached with Barca currently demanding his full €700 million release be paid.
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