Bayern Munich Put Serge Gnabry And Renato Sanches On Their Loan List

Bayern Munich's players celebrate after the match after winning the Bundesliga.

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Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has hinted that both Serge Gnabry and Renato Sanches could leave the club this summer on loan, in order to get more first-team experience.

The duo may leave the German Champions very soon. It was reported that Gnabry, who joined the club last month on a three-year deal from Werder Bremen, has informed the Bundesliga club that he wants to leave temporarily in order to gain more first-team action.

“It’s well known that Serge actually would like to spend another year on loan. He has personally requested this and his agent too,” said Rummenigge about Gnabry (via Get German Football News). “We’re appraising the situation calmly, and will wait to see what we still do in the transfer market.”

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Hoffenheim are currently reported to be interested in Gnabry’s signature.

Serge Gnabry of Germany kicks the ball during penalty shootout.

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The other big name revealed by Rummenigge, who could be heading out on a loan, was Renato Sanches. The 19-year-old, who made a big money move to Allianz arena in 2016, started just 6 Bundesliga games last season, and could now follow Gnabry out of the club on loan this term.

Bayern Munich's Renato Sanches warms up before the match.

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Speaking about Sanches, Rummenigge said: “It’s incredibly important for him to play with a certain continuity. When we have concluded our purchases, we will decide whether to leave him here or loan him out for a year. He urgently needs playing time after the last six months.”

However, it was reported that a permanent move away from Bayern could also be on the cards for the Portuguese star. Juventus, and Monaco are already looking to sign Sanches this summer, but the highly-rated teenage midfielder could cost them around €35 million.

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Written by Sidharth Jindal  

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