According to AS, big changes are afoot at the Allianz Arena this summer.
Not that it wasn’t expected after their Champions League exit at the hands of Liverpool, but it appears that the project for the upcoming transfer window will be significantly bigger that initially believed.
President Uli Hoeness spoke at a meeting this week and revealed that the club are already in the process of rejuvenating the team, adding that this would be the biggest investment plan Bayern have ever had in their illustrious history. Such statements naturally impose the question of exactly how much money is there for them to spend, and on which players.
They have already secured a deal for the services of fullback Benjamin Pavard from Stuttgart for €35 million. There are numerous reports about their intentions regarding Real Madrid loanee James Rodriguez, whether or not they will choose to trigger the reported €35 million option to buy. They are also targeting defender Lucas Hernandez of Atletico Madrid reportedly, as well as striker Timo Werner of RB Leipzig and midfielder Kai Havertz of Bayer Leverkusen.
Their spending this summer could apparently go over the €250 million mark.
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