FC Bayern’s extraordinarily expensive shopping spree continues. According to the French media, the people of Munich are about to bag the transfer of Rennes jewel Mathys Tel – at a price that is once again proud.
FC Bayern is setting new standards in the current transfer window – and it’s far from over. Like the French portal “footmercato” reported, the move from offensive jewel Mathys Tel to the Isar is imminent. Cost: 30 million euros including bonus payments.
The French first division club Stade Rennes is about to accept the third offer from FC Bayern, it is said. Only the last details are still to be clarified, claims “footmercato”. It is not known exactly what details are involved.
However, Tel himself should no longer doubt his move to the German record champions. The only 17-year-old offensive player has already emptied his locker in the changing room of his training club, it is reported. In addition, Rennes is said to be close to signing a successor.
FC Bayern spend well over 100 million euros
Only on Friday did CEO Oliver Kahn confirm in an interview with the media group “Münchner Merkur/tz” that there had been “further talks” with the young French. However, Kahn did not want to be lured any further from the reserve. He emphasized that you now have to see “how this is developing”.
At the beginning of the week, the “Bild” reported on a third offer from the German record champions for Tel. It said that FC Bayern was ready to put between 25 and 30 million euros, including bonus payments, on the table. If the information from “footmercato” is correct, it ultimately amounts to the upper end of the pain threshold.
If it ends up being 30 million euros, FC Bayern would catapult its spending to a whopping 150 million euros this summer – without the commitment of Konrad Laimer, mind you, who is also on the wish list.