Report: Bayern may struggle to find Süle’s replacement due to stretched finances
After losing Andreas Christensen to FC Barcelona, the chase for Niklas Süle’s replacement has become even more difficult. The club are still looking for alternatives, but it seems like they might be slowly running out of alternatives.
Bayern Munich are still attempting to sign Gleison Bremer of Torino, but according to ‚Sport1‘, the club will be facing obstacles on their way which could also make the transfer as difficult. Bremer has just extended his contract at Torino until 2024, and the Italian club will try to play their cards as well as possible in order to receive a pleasant fee from the defender.
Not only that, but Bayern are also facing heavy competition from Italian clubs. Inter Milan is said to be heavily interested in the defender and have already intensified their attempts to bring Bremer in Milano. Torino would rather sell the defender abroad in order not to strengthen the competition, though, but they wouldn’t be as easy on Bayern.
According to the German TV channel, Bayern must pay more than 20 million euros for Bremer. In the overall package, for Bayern, the transfer could be feasible as he would cost less than Christensen in terms of salary. But considering the fact that Inter could have better cards to lure Bremer and the fact that Bayern should be trying to deal with other costly transfers (Ryan Gravenberch and potentially a new right-back), the chances of a possible transfer of the Brazilian in Munich are slightly lowering.
Matthias Ginter on the other hand has been heavily linked with Bayern, the German international is still a topic in Munich despite not convincing the Bayern bosses 100 percent. Inter had also dealt with Ginter, but he refused them, according to reports from Italy.