Benjamin Pavard will “fight as hard as possible” to leave Bayern. Munich to Manchester United, but the two clubs are far apart in terms of transfer fees.
Talks between the clubs are ongoing, however, a move will only happen if Harry Maguire leaves Manchester United.
Maguire still finalizing his exit before moving to West Ham Everything is in between the clubs with a £30m deal agreed and personal terms agreed in principle.
Bayern Munich had known for a long time that Pavard wanted to leave.
France national team players He can also play right-back and centre-back. He has one year remaining on his contract and is expected to cost between £30m and £35m. He has previously been linked with Manchester City, Liverpool and Barcelona.
Bayern want to replace Pavard with Manchester City’s Kyle Walker But he remains with the Premier League champions.
United have done careful checks on several defenders. Nice, including Jean-Clair Todibo, should they be in a position to sign add-ons at centre-back for Maguire and Eric Bailly, whom their representatives have spoken to. Al Nasr
There are discussions with representatives of Todibo to assess the parameters of a potential deal.
Erik ten Hag Traditions Sky Sports News He needs depth in the team and competition for a position that can fight on all fronts.
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Ahead of the game, Ten Hag confirmed Maguire would be considered for selection. Although it looks close to a move for West Ham.
Speaking about where he feels his team is heading into the new season, Ten Hag said: “You can’t compare seasons but I think we’ve gone a lot further than last season. But you can’t compare games. including different opponents
“But I think we had a very good pre-season. Our fitness level is very good. I still think our performance level in pre-season was high.
“We are very confident. But I would like to mention Pre-season didn’t say anything. Pre-season is pre-season. It’s a friendly football match. Although I never saw it as a friendly game. But it was friendly in a sense” in the league.
“When you score It’s a different approach for both teams. We are ready, we want to fight. We are forward-looking and energetic. and we will do it.”
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