Seldom-used Bayern Munich right-back Bouna Sarr has had multiple offers to leave the club. Sarr, however, still has no interest in making — mostly because he does not want to risk having to take a pay cut.
According to a report from Bild (as captured by Twitter account @iMiaSanMia), interested parties from Italy and France would require Sarr to take a pay cut to facilitate a transfer. We had previously heard that Bayern Munich had fielded offers for Sarr and that he was not interested in moving.
Now, however, it can be said that unless another club is willing to up his salary, the Frenchman is likely going to ride out his contract in Bavaria — whether gets on the field or not:
Bouna Sarr earns around €2.5m/year at FC Bayern. Despite interested parties from Italy and France, Sarr doesn't want to leave, as he wouldn't earn anywhere near that. In addition, the probability of winning titles is much higher in Munich [Bild] pic.twitter.com/M0mPVLsrNt— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) August 23, 2021
As of today, Sarr appears to be the third-choice right-back in Bavaria behind starter Benjamin Pavard (currently injured) and upstart Josip Stanisic, who has been really good so far this summer.