Since his £50 million transfer to Manchester City six years ago, Kyle Walker has been an integral part of the team’s success, contributing to five Premier League titles, two FA Cups, four Carabao Cups, and one Champions League trophy. His performance on the field has been nothing short of sensational. Manager Pep Guardiola had previously lauded his time with the club as “fantastic”.
Change in System Urging Walker: Bayern’s Interest
However, with Manchester City’s recent shift in tactics, Walker has found himself in an inverted full-back role. Thi has limited his playing time and relegated him to the bench on several occasions. Guardiola has hinted that Walker may no longer fit the new system, prompting the 31-year-old defender to seek opportunities elsewhere
Bayern Munich has emerged as the leading suitor for Kyle Walker’s signature. The German giants are expected to pay a surprisingly low fee of £13 million for the experienced right-back. Talks between Manchester City and Bayern Munich are underway. Furthermore, a face-to-face meeting in Tokyo next week could finalize the deal.
Rob Dorsett has revealed the price tag and disclosed that Bayern Munich will offer Walker a two-year contract with the option of a further year. This lucrative deal has piqued the player’s interest, leading him to express his desire to move to the Bundesliga
A Steal for Bayern Munich
Although Kyle Walker recently turned 33, his age does not undermine the quality he possesses. Even at this stage of his career, £13 million is an absolute steal for a player of Walker’s caliber and experience. His defensive prowess, speed, and attacking abilities make him an ideal addition to any top-tier team. Bayern Munich recognizes the immense value he can bring to their squad.
Bayern expects Walker to slot right into the starting lineup and continue his impressive performances on the pitch. Furthermore, they anticipate that he will adapt seamlessly to Bayern’s style of play and make an immediate impact in the Bundesliga.
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