Transfer market Bayern: four clubs are testing the ground for Bouna Sarr

In lack of playing time at Bayern, Bouna Sarr enjoys the CAN with Senegal. If he does not intend to leave Bayern this winter, several clubs have surveyed the entourage of the former Marseillais.

At Bayern Munich for 18 months, Bouna Sarr (29) does not play as much as he would like. Blame it on the severe competition that rages within the Munich club, especially at the right-back position. Between the 2018 world champion Benjamin Pavard and the 21-year-old Croatian hope Josip Stanisic, it is difficult to find a place on the right of the Bavarian defense. But there is no question of giving up for the former Marseillais, who intends to fight until the end of the season to take playing time.

This is what he confided a month ago to the team. “I will make a point in June with Bayern. Last year may have counted in people’s eyes, but for me it was truncated by the injury. I’m chomping at the bit, but I’ve already experienced that in Marseille. Bayern is a club of high standing, there is less indulgence. From one match to another, you have to always be on top. I realize that I have to go get this. The upcoming CAN will allow me to have playing time with Senegal, I will use this competition to show what I am capable of.

LOSC, Roma, Bordeaux and Genoa came to the information.

Exactly, the CAN 2021 is there and the winger converted to the side by Rudi Garcia is making an interesting start with Senegal, with two starts for his first two matches. He should in all likelihood start for the Teranga Lions’ last game against Malawi on Tuesday. Something to make him smile again and confirm his ability to evolve at the highest level. One thing is certain, despite limited playing time, Bouna Sarr continues to have a good rating on the transfer market.

Despite his announcement that he wanted to continue the season at Bayern, several clubs have come to the news in recent weeks to try to sign him. According to our information, LOSC and Girondins de Bordeaux have approached the player’s entourage, as have AS Roma and Genoa in Italy. Not enough to raise eyebrows for the moment the player for the moment focused on the CAN. But who knows if things won’t change by the end of the winter transfer window… To be continued.

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