Bayern deny agreement with Man City star Sane

Bayern deny agreement with Man City star Sane

"It's impossible for me to convince any player to stay when he wants to leave, but the player did not tell me anything".

Earlier this week, Bayern's chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge apologised to Manchester City and hit out at the club's manager Niko Kovac for saying the club are "confident" about signing Sane. Nobody tells me that so that is why he is our player.

'I phoned Pep Guardiola and I apologised to him because I was too offensive, I will refrain in the future, ' Kovac said Wednesday after Bayern had lost to Tottenham on penalties in the final of a pre-season tournament. "First because I know them and I know how it works in this world, everybody talks".

"If he wants and there is an agreement then it's good but if he wants to leave he can do it but we will be sad".

When asked if there were any further details, the City boss said: "No".

"We want him to stay here because we [have been trying] to extend the contract for more than one year, we were quite close a month ago and now it's a little bit different but that's the reality - I can't say any more".

The Germany worldwide has picked up six major trophies with City, including two league titles, but he found regular playing time hard to come by towards the back end of last season. We know each other better now than in the first season.

"The Super Cup is very important for us all - to start the season well and show fans what we have planned", said Reus.

The 23-year-old has spent the last three years of his career in Manchester, having joined the Premier League champions from Schalke in 2016. "He played quite similar in Dortmund an incredible challenge every time we face his teams and his message is always positive".

Frenchman Kingsley Coman, who suffered a recurrence of a serious ankle injury last season, "only" bruised his knee against Spurs, Bayern confirmed.

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