Man City have NO intentions of selling Leroy Sane in cheap £35m transfer and will demand £140m from Bayern Munich – The Sun

MANCHESTER CITY have no intention of selling Leroy Sane on the cheap.

The German winger has been linked with Bayern Munich for the past 12 months — and reports suggest he has agreed a contract with the Bundesliga giants in a £35m deal.

But City are sticking to their guns and refusing to get drawn in to Bayern's media mindgames.

They will not accept a price which differs massively from their own valuation.

Sane has another year on his contract and City have not ruled out the possibility of a new deal.

But they are happy to let him go into his final year if they cannot come to an agreement and nobody meets their asking price.

City valued Sane at £140m last summer, and will be looking for something similar despite his long-term injuries and contract.

The coronavirus pandemic has caused panic throughout European football, and players' values are likely to take a hit.

It had been claimed that Sane had already agreed a five-year contract with the German giants.

And reports last week said that Sane "spent 30 minutes on the phone" with Bayern boss Hansi Flick ahead of a possible summer transfer.

Bayern tried to sign Sane last summer but failed to meet the £88m asking price.

Sane suffered a serious knee injury in last summer's Community Shield and that put paid to a move happening 12 months ago.

Bayern did not go in for him again in the January window because Sane was still recovering from it.

Indeed, the Premier League's Young Player of the Season in 2018 has not featured at all this campaign.

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