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Report: Bayern Munich has changed its transfer approval threshold

The times, they are a changin’...

FC Bayern München Presents New Signing Sacha Boey At Press Conference Photo by M. Donato/FC Bayern via Getty Images

According to a report from kicker journalist Georg Holzner, Bayern Munich has changed its transfer approval threshold.

The biggest news is that the move to change from a €25 million limit to a €50 million limit occurred a year ago, but really only to came light, well, recently. As financial times have changed, apparently so has Bayern Munich:

‼️ According to @kicker information, the supervisory board made a fundamental decision at #fcbayern around a year ago. Since then, the board of directors has only had to obtain permission from the supervisory body for amounts exceeding 50 million euros - previously the financial barrier was 25 million ⚪️

During this window, none of the moves approached the limit, but the deal for Sacha Boey would have required a supervisory board approval under the old threshold.

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