Bayern Munich Shift Focus to Eintracht Frankfurt’s Randal Kolo Muani in Striker Pursuit
Bayern Munich has withdrawn from the race for Victor Osimhen due to Napoli’s hefty asking price. However, their pursuit of a new striker continues as they intensify their efforts to secure Randal Kolo Muani from Eintracht Frankfurt.
Bayern ends Osimhen pursuit
Bayern Munich recently made headlines in their pursuit of a new striker. However, their interest in Napoli’s Victor Osimhen has come to an end due to the hefty price tag set by the Italian club.
The Bavarians deemed the asking price of €150 million to be too exorbitant and decided to withdraw from the race for the Nigerian striker’s signature.
Bayern Munich shift their focus on Randal Kolo Muani
Nevertheless, Bayern Munich’s quest to bolster their attacking options is far from over. Instead, the club is now shifting its focus towards Eintracht Frankfurt’s versatile attacker, Randal Kolo Muani.
Reports from reputable sources, such as Sport Bild’s Christian Falk and Tobi Altschäffl, suggest that Bayern will intensify their efforts to secure the services of the Frenchman.
Bayern are set to intensify their efforts for Randal Kolo Muani. The club is considering including player(s) in a potential deal with Frankfurt, though it remains to be seen whether Eintracht can afford to pay Bayern players' wages [@altobelli13, @cfbayern, Bayern-Insider] pic.twitter.com/etk4UuUrvm
The valuation placed on Kolo Muani by Eintracht Frankfurt stands at around €100 million, although it is speculated that the price tag could escalate even further.
Aware of the growing interest in their player, Frankfurt is reportedly attempting to negotiate a contract extension with Kolo Muani.
This move would give the German club more leverage in any potential transfer negotiations with Bayern Munich.
Kolo Muani, a 23-year-old forward, has impressed with his performances for Eintracht Frankfurt in recent seasons. His blend of pace, strength, and technical ability has caught the attention of several top clubs across Europe, including Bayern Munich.