Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann was asked about the ongoing contract talks with Serge Gnabry and the coach gave a frank assessment on where things stand with the Germany international.
“I have known Serge for ages and have a good relationship with him. He’s been very hard-working in the past few weeks and has been one of the most striking players. Of course, I would like to keep him, but it’s not always easy — many parties play a role,” Nagelsmann said (as captured by Twitter account @iMiaSanMia).
Gnabry could be sold this summer if an accord cannot be reached.
As for Corentin Tolisso, the midfielder is almost assuredly leaving Bayern Munich on a free transfer this summer.
“I appreciate Coco very much, he has an incredible winning mentality and brings a good spirit to training. The injuries are of course bitter,” Nagelsmann said. “It’s a question of whether it makes sense to stay when you see how often he’s injured. We’ll see what the future brings.”