Sasha Boy is heading to Bayern Munich.
Fabrizio Romano, a European football transfer market expert, said on his SNS on the 27th (Korea Standard Time), “Voy is going to Munich. A verbal agreement has been reached and the final details are being coordinated. Boy’s flight to Munich and medical tests are scheduled. He only wanted Munich and described it as an ‘opportunity of a lifetime’.” He also mentioned his signature line, “Here We Go,” which is used when the transfer is confirmed.
Munich pushed to reinforce its right fullback through the winter transfer market. Currently, there are a total of two professional right-backs in Munich, and both players are out due to injuries. The main characters are Nusair Mazraoui and Buna Sarr.
As reinforcement became inevitable, various resources were reviewed. Nordi Mukiele of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Kieran Trippier of Newcastle United were mentioned as candidates. After Trippier was excluded from the recruitment list, the possibility of Mukiele’s transfer was weighed.
Boy was also one of the candidates. Although he is 173 centimeters tall from France, he demonstrates his influence based on his strong physique, balance of his lower body, fast speed and boldness.
Currently, he is playing for Galatasaray. Although he does not have much experience in big leagues, he has become an irreplaceable resource in Galatasaray and has extensive experience in the UEFA Champions League. 꽁머니사이트
Munich has consistently pursued recruiting Boy. However, the two sides have not narrowed their differences. According to German Sky Sports reporter Florian Flettenberg, Munich wants between 20 million euros and 25 million euros, while Galatasaray wants between 30 million euros and 35 million euros. Naturally, Munich did not comply with Galatasaray’s request. Galatasaray also offered to sign Mazrai on loan or a swap deal, but Munich refused.
That’s how the tug-of-war continued. The two clubs came to an agreement dramatically. Everything went smoothly and on a visible Saturday, they will go to Munich for a medical test.