Bayern Munich beats Chelsea: club is very close to Matthijs de Ligt



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Bayern Munich beats Chelsea: club is very close to Matthijs de Ligt

Bayern Munich is making progress in the negotiations that would bring the young Dutch defender Matthijs de Ligt to Germany, from Juventus. As reported by the Italian website Sportmediaset, the Bavarians have surpassed the competition of the British club of Chelsea, with an offer of 80 million euros plus 10 of bonuses.

For the sale of De Ligt, Juventus would ask for the 120 million of the release clause, but the Juventus management could finally accept the Bayern Munich proposal.
Juventus wants at least 90 million, in Germany they are preparing a lower offer.

The player is pushing for an agreement with the Bavarian club, and tomorrow there should be a crucial summit. Juve expects an offer of at least 75 million plus bonuses, from Germany there is talk of a lower offer which would complicate the situation.

Everyone is in a hurry to close, including Juventus, but if the offer is lower, tomorrow could be the beginning of a tug-of-war. The start of the new week will be decisive for understanding Matthijs de Ligt's future. Bayern Munich executives will land in Italy on Monday to talk to Juventus and try to close the deal by putting between 80 and 90 million euros on the plate.

Meanwhile, the fans who arrived in front of J Medical on the day of the return of the national teams try to hold him back: "Don't go away, we will win the Champions League," they shouted to De Ligt.

Who is looking for Juventus as a substitute

According to Corriere dello Sport, Molina has reached an agreement with Juventus but Udinese still has to be convinced.

Outside, a four-year net worth 2.5 million euros (bonuses included) would go, while the Friulians would like 30 million euros against the Juve offer of 15 million plus bonuses. But Juventus' real dream is Koulibali from Napoli.

Cristiano Giuntoli, manager of Napoli, makes the situation around Kalidou Koulibaly clear: "We offered him a contract renewal worth six million euros net per season for five years, with no further bonuses, as well as a future as a manager.

'offer that is worth double, we talk to him every day, he is a guy who has distinguished himself on and off the pitch and deserved this incredible offer. He took some time and told us he wants to evaluate. official offers have arrived from other clubs. "