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Bayern Munich interested in Hoffenheim’s Andrej Kramaric

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SINSHEIM, GERMANY - MAY 12: Andrej Kramaric of Hoffenheim celebrates the first goal for his team during the Bundesliga match between TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund at Wirsol Rhein-Neckar-Arena on May 12, 2018 in Sinsheim, Germany.
SINSHEIM, GERMANY - MAY 12: Andrej Kramaric of Hoffenheim celebrates the first goal for his team during the Bundesliga match between TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund at Wirsol Rhein-Neckar-Arena on May 12, 2018 in Sinsheim, Germany.
(Photo by Alexander Scheuber/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Even with the World Cup running full steam ahead, the summer transfer rumors never stop coming. That’s right. Even when the world’s biggest sporting even is taking place, clubs around the globe are prodding and probing to find the next player to help them reach their goals.

This time, it’s Bayern Munich sniffing around Hoffenheim attacker Andrej Kramaric. While he mostly played at forward for Hoffenheim during the season, he can also play on the (left) wing.

Hoffenheim also aren’t willing to let him go for cheap.

“We had an offer from Italy for Andrej in the amount of €30 million. That wasn’t an option for us,” Hoffenheim’s sporting director Alexander Rosen said. “But I can’t say what would happen if €50 million were offered.”

Those amounts obviously sound absurd for Kramaric. Still, what’s better than when you can get the player on the record about the potential move?

“I saw what the media have said [about Bayern] but take it easy, there is plenty of time,” Kramaric told Goal.com about a potential transfer. “My priority is the World Cup now. There is plenty of time to discuss a potential transfer.”

Oh.

Kramaric is currently in Russia with the Croatian national team. On Saturday, Kramaric played 60 minutes in their 2-0 victory over Nigeria.

Do you see Kramaric as a player that Bayern should be interested? Even if so, the amounts mentioned by the Hoffenheim sporting director sound so high.