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Update: New details on Bayern Munich’s meeting with Mino Raiola as deal for Noussair Mazraoui beckons

With his contract set to expire at the end of June, it appears the Ajax man has settled on a future with Bayern Munich.

Dutch Eredivisie”Ajax Amsterdam v Feyenoord Rotterdam” Photo by ANP via Getty Images

Update 3:10PM EST

Sport1 has provided an update and here is the breakdown:

  • Noussair Mazraoui told Bayern Munich today that he wanted to join the club.
  • Sporting director Hasan “Brazzo” Salihimadzic, CEO Oliver Kahn, and technical director Neppe were all very impressed with meeting Mazraoui in person.
  • The final details on a contract are still being finalized (Mazraoui would be a free transfer).
  • Julian Nagelsmann is very excited to get Mazraoui.
  • Mazraoui’s salary would be roughly €10 million gross.

Update 12:15PM EST

Transfer wizard Fabrizio Romano confirmed that Bayern Munich’s brass met with Mino Raiola in Monaco today regarding Ajax teammates Noussair Mazraoui and Ryan Gravenberch:


According to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla, Bayern Munich has shrugged off competition from FC Barcelona to ink Ajax right-back Noussair Mazraoui to a deal.

In his report, Pedulla states that Mazraoui will earn approximately €8 million per season on a multi-year deal. That would net Mazraoui roughly €4 million per season:

Bayern always plays in advance and has practically closed two deals. Noussair Mazraoui and Ryan Gravenberch, both from Ajax: the 1997 Moroccan-born right-back for free; the midfielder expiring in 2023 after a negotiation that is now at the details.

For Mazraoui, long followed by Barcelona, there is a total agreement, we can give you the details: 4 million per season plus bonuses for a multi-year commitment. The back story is that Barcelona had taken the lead for a few weeks, but then Bayern has raised its offer definitively beating the competition.

If true, Mazraoui would fill a key void in Bayern Munich’s squad for next season at right-back/right wing-back.