Chelsea sent £100 million Icardi message as Sanches announces he wants Bayern exit
Chelsea target Renato Sanchez has confirmed that he wants to leave German Champions Bayern Munich in the coming transfer windows.
Sanchez was regarded as one of the finest talents in world football before he made that big money move to Bayern in 2016, and we were keeping a close eye on his development before and during his time at the Allianz Arena.
The Portugal international spent last season on loan at Swansea but failed to impress and things have not picked up since his return to Munich and has managed just 16 appearances for the German side, and has not started a League match until November.
And he believes he will have to move on if he is to get the first-team opportunities he desires, Sanches told Bild: “I think so. Whether a loan or a sale is better, we will see.”[the_ad id=”164″]
“Everyone knows I want to play more.
“Five minutes is not enough! To play is what I love. I do my best in every training session. The coach knows that, my team-mates too. I always have to be ready. I’ll do my best for those five minutes. I have the self-confidence. And I’m playing well if I get the chance.”
“It’s tough right now. But I still have 15 years left of my career. The future can be good,” he added.
“I do not know yet. We will see what is best for me. I just want to play.”
Meanwhile, Mauro Icardi is set to stay in Italy, according to his wife and agent Wanda Nara.
Despite the fact we are facing a transfer ban for the coming transfer windows, there has been a lot of speculation about whom we could try and acquire during the summer window in order to improve the squad and get the side back challenging for the title.
And one name which has been linked with a big money move is that of Icardi, who is regarded as one of the finest strikers in the planet and just the type of forward Maurizio Sarri needs to come in and help score 25-30 goals a season.
Icardi has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the past few months with many suggestions that he could be leaving Inter as they ere not prepared to offer the Argentine striker the kind of deal that he wants.
But Nara said in an interview broadcast on Italian TV that he was all set to stay in Italy this summer.
She Sadi: “He’s calmer now. He hugs all his teammates because he has always had a great relationship with everyone. We will surely stay in Italy next year.”