Matthijs De Ligt to Bayern Munich: here we are!



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Matthijs De Ligt to Bayern Munich: here we are!

Just a few days ago Bayern Munich former goalkeeper Oliver Kahn, today CEO and manager of the German club, spoke of Matthijs De Ligt's desire to move to Germany: "There have been contacts with the boy. I can confirm that his desire is that to come and play at Bayern Munich.

In the next few days we will talk again with Juventus and see how it goes. " Now it looks like the move is imminent, a matter of hours. Bayern Munich has reached a verbal agreement with Juventus for the transfer of Matthijs de Ligt to Germany.

After intensifying their contacts on Sunday, the Bavarians managed to find an agreement with the Bianconeri: the transaction closed for a fixed part of 70 million euros plus 10 bonuses. The defender born in 1999, on the other hand, will sign a five-year contract until 30 June 2027 with Bayern Munich.

De Ligt is expected to fly to Germany today to undergo medical examinations and sign the contract that will bind him to Bayern Munich.

It seemed Juventus could remain, but De Ligt goes to Bayern

Meanwhile, the soccer player continues to train at Continassa.

To confirm this, a photo posted by De Ligt himself on Instagram engaged in a hard training, with black and white emoji. In the meantime, Juventus have set their sights on Gabriel of Arsenal and Kimpembe of PSG to protect themselves against a possible departure of De Ligt.

In the meantime, however, the new talks with the player and with the lawyer Rafaela Pimenta have brought good feelings to Continassa. Juve demonstrated his intentions to the defender. The arrivals of Pogba and Di Maria are a business card that has not gone unnoticed, the project is there and it is strong.

The Bianconeri's ambitions are clear and could match those of the former Ajax. The sale could be postponed to next season, perhaps after renewing the contract and lowering the clause. In the last few hours, optimism has been growing at Juventus for the Dutchman's stay.

The first offer brought to Turin by Salihamidzic was deemed insufficient and the player's agreement in principle with the Germans, already found previously, was put on stand-by. As the days go by, confidence increases, even if a Bavarian relaunch is expected, and this time the offer could reach over 60 million plus 10 million bonuses.