Renato Sanches set to leave Bayern Munich for AC Milan

Doug Mendoza
July 17, 2017

It feels like Rossoneri are being linked with a player nearly daily, and the latest player to be linked with a move is Bayern Munich midfielder Renato Sanches.

However, despite struggling in his debut season, president Uli Hoeness has previously said Bayern should give Sanches another year to make the breakthrough at the Bundesliga champions.

However, Bayern have not got a return on their investment, as the 19-year-old didn't score or assist even once in the 20 appearances he made last season.

And Rummenigge has admitted that Milan - who have already signed the likes of Leonardo Bonucci, Ricardo Rodriguez and Lucas Biglia in an astonishing summer - are interested in him.

According to Sky Sports, Milan want their option to buy to be set at €40 million-just €5 more than Bayern paid 12 months ago.

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According to Sky Sports News, Milan want to take Portugal global Sanches on an initial loan deal, with an option to purchase the midfielder for £35m at the end of the 2017-18 campaign.

"I can confirm that Milan have shown interest in Renato Sanches", Rummenigge told Bild.

Sanches arrived in Germany to great fanfare last season, fresh from Portugal's success at UEFA Euro 2016.

Staying at Bayern, though, would also mean a battle to make it into the first team.

"I have the impression that AC Milan is not ready to meet our economic demands, and as long (as that continues) nothing will be done".

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