Per multiple reports, Manchester City star Leroy Sané is debating his future with the club as he endures “problems” with coach Pep Guardiola. Sané, who has rebuilt his reputation with Die Mannschaft after being omitted from the 2018 World Cup roster, is now seemingly pondering whether or not he wants to extend his deal with Manchester City.
Sané’s current contract ends in 2021, but there are whispers that he might be looking to exit Manchester City this summer, partly because of a lack of playing time. Milan-based, Portuguese journalist Claudia Garcia released the following tweet detailing her account of Sané’s situation:
Leroy Sané non ha ancora rinnovato il suo contratto in scadenza nel 2021. I problemi con Guardiola continuano e il tedesco valuta anche la possibilità di partire a fine stagione. #Bayern e la #Juventus molto attente alla sua situazione. #calciomercato pic.twitter.com/sGZ756hnmB— Claudia Garcia (@claubgarcia) April 19, 2019
Leroy Sané has not yet renewed its contract, which expires in 2021. Problems with Guardiola continue and the German also assesses the possibility of leaving at the end of the season. #Bayern and #Juventus very attentive to his situation. #calciomercato
Per The Sun’s piece, the Germany international is allegedly among eight Manchester City players looking to transfer.
It would not be shocking to here that Sané is unhappy and potentially wants to leave as the 23-year-old undoubtedly wants to be in a position where he is an unquestioned regular. Footballnews24 journalist Gianluca Lucini also picked up the story and suggested what kind of haul Manchester City might be looking for if it was to sell Sané.
For Sané, Manchester City should ask for a sum of at least 70 million euros.
That sum might seem a little low to some given the vast potential and ability for Sané, but given Manchester City’s deep pockets, it could be feasible that they may want to unload an unhappy player before it causes any locker room angst. For €70m, would you do it?
Would you sign Leroy Sané for €70m?
This poll is closed
Yes - you just tell me where to sign.
Yes - but I’m a little wary of the issues he’s having now and had last summer.
No - that’s too much.
No - I’d rather spend the money elsewhere.