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Report: Bayern Munich persisting with Swedish striking sensation

Bayern seem confident they will get him, I like that.

Training kick-off FC Bayern Munich Photo by Felix Hörhager/picture alliance via Getty Images

Bayern Munich’s pursuit of talented AIK Solna striker Jonah Kusi-Asare looks complicated and might cost a lot of money, but it’s far from over. Recently, Bayern submitted a bid between 3.5 million to 4.5 million euros to the Swedish club in hopes of prising the young starlet away from them, but the bid was rejected. Clearly, the club wanted more. And it seems that the high asking price has not deterred Bayern.

That is according to reporter Christopher Michel, who reports that a move to Bayern is still very much on, despite the first offer being rejected. He also specifically mentions that Kusi-Asare’s advisor likes the move to Bayern a lot. It would certainly be a difficult step into a different country at just 16, but Bayern doesn’t always come knocking. Sometimes, you just need to accept the call if you want to make it to the top of European football.

And that’s something it seems Kusi-Asare and his advisor is ready to. Now it all comes down to the clubs coming to an agreement.

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