Leroy Sane to Bayern agreed £54m

Wazza

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That’s not only an amazing left side of the team Sane and Davies but the front 4 of Sane, Muller, Lewandowski and Gnarby.

Might stick money on them winning the champions league.
Can't play for Bayern in this seasons CL mate.
 

SW_Bear

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Bayern really are starting to looks unstoppable. Can't see how anyone in the Bundesliga could mount a serious challenge to them.
 

LD5

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If they find a young striker who will take the reins after Lewa retires, what a squad they will have assembled. Most of the squad are a decent age as well, only Lewa, Muller, Martinez and Boateng over 30 I think (not counting Neuer).
 

DadoPrso9

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If they find a young striker who will take the reins after Lewa retires, what a squad they will have assembled. Most of the squad are a decent age as well, only Lewa, Muller, Martinez and Boateng over 30 I think (not counting Neuer).
I think Haaland will be the one who eventually replaces Lewandowski. Not this year though as he doesn’t look to be slowing down at all.
 

Jeb

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Definitely something going on behind the scenes there. That's a bargain, almost fire sale territory. Is it the euro ban or something else?
 

Disraeli

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Big rebuilding job needed at city.

Silva going, Sane going, Aguero and Fernandinho getting on. Still haven’t properly replaced Kompany either.
Will be Interesting to see what Pep does.
 

Steven

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50ish goals for him in just under 200 games for city - cracking return from a wide attacker.

always enjoy watching him.
 

mark hateley

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Big rebuilding job needed at city.

Silva going, Sane going, Aguero and Fernandinho getting on. Still haven’t properly replaced Kompany either.
Will be Interesting to see what Pep does.
Leave no doubt.

The rebuilding has to start. Fodden is a great player but still young.

From the heights of last season to this season is unbelievable.
 

NotOffside

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He's got tons of ability but apparently is poor mentally and has a bad (lazy) attitude. If he can get back to his best though that's no doubt an amazing price given his age and potential.

As for City, Sane wasn't really a necessity. They still have Aguero, Sterling, Mahrez, De Bruyne, B. Silva and Foden. If they spend the Sane money on Koulibaly then that will be a step in the right direction for them and sensible business.
 
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