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Bayern Munich’s blockbuster €150 million transfer strategy for summer window revealed

Can Bayern Munich make it happen?

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For weeks, the speculation has run rampant on exactly what Bayern Munich is planning for its summer transfer window.

Now, according to Bild (as captured by @iMiaSanMia), fans have an idea of what an ideal summer looks like for Bavarians:

Bayern have a €150m budget (before sales) for this summer

• (Konrad) Laimer and (Raphael) Guerreiro were signed for free

• Kim Min-jae signed for €50m (Lucas Hernández sold for €45m)

• The rest (with potential other sales) to be spent on (Harry) Kane, (Kyle) Walker and a #6

While there is speculation on Bayern Munich’s ability to land both Kane and Walker, the pursuit of a defensive midfielder is something some fans have already start to write off. Can the Bavarians find a way to bring in two English stars like Kane and Walker — plus a new No. 6 for €150 million?

That certainly could prove to be a challenge unless the club generates more revenue with sales of other players. And none of that even includes the possibility of adding another goalkeeper or even another winger, which are moves that Bayern Munich has been linked to recently.

Looking for the latest transfer talk? The Weekend Warm-up Podcast has you covered on Spotify or below. We hit on Harry Kane’s potential move to Bayern Munich, the uncertain statuses of Noussair Mazraoui, Sadio Mané, Marcel Sabitzer, and Ryan Gravenberch — plus what might be in store for Leon Goretzka in the coming weeks!

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