Niko Kovac, his character coach at FC Bavaria Munich, expressed his optimism about the possible transfer of national football player Leroy Sane to the German record champion.
“We want him. Our club and the club management are very committed. It’s not easy, otherwise it would be over. But I am very confident, and I assume we can get him,”Kovac said to the ZDF.
The 23-year-old San e is the declared Bavarian object of desire for the vacant offensive position, The former Bavarian coach Pep Guardiola, team manager at Sanes, currently based in Manchester City, was the founder of Arjen Robben (Career) and Franck Ribbey (Target unknown) in the Munich Kader. The “Sport Bild” had previously reported a deadline given by the Bavarian bosses for President Uli Hoeness to their desired player. It should therefore be up to eight at the latest. August will finally be clear whether Sane will or will not change to the German record champion.
Kovac: “Our managers work very hard”
Bavarian head trainer Niko Kovac showed himself confident in the “Sport Image” that the mega-purchase of Sanes to the FC Bavaria, “I know that our leaders are working very hard to make this work.”
The 47-year-old also confirmed that, for the first time in the history of the Bundesliga, that in the event of a change, the rounded left foot would fit perfectly into the Munich concept for the upcoming game time: “Our leaders show him a clear plan that is agreed. We are very focused and goal-oriented there.”
Sane still has a contract up to 2021
For the coach it is clear with which attitude he would welcome the arrow-fast offensive man on the Sabre Street:”We all know that Leroy Sane is our wishing player. The public knows that, we know that. Leroy knows what to expect here. When a player with such capacities switches to FC Bavaria, he knows his tasks,”says the real charm offensive of the Bavarian coach.
Sanes current working paper at the English title holder runs up to 2021. For the Citizens, the 21-time national player has until now challenged 89 league goals in which he scored 25-hits. He had once changed from FC Schalke to ManCity for more than 50 million euros in the summer 2016.