London giants, Chelsea have been open for sale for some of their players in other to be able to raise a fund, to finance move for other important signings that needs to be done, with RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner and Ajax ace Hakim Ziyech already a part of the Blues squad, ahead of the next campaign.
Bayern Munich are reportedly planning a summer move for the French midfielder in the upcoming transfer window, as they are interested in strengthening their midfield, ahead of the next campaign.
The France international has garnered interest from European clubs like AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain.
The German champions could loose their midfielder in names Javi Martinez, Corentin Tolliso and Thiago Alcantara, in the upcoming summer, with each of them been shown interest by several clubs.
However, Bayern Munich have viewed Tiemoue Bakayoko as a possible solution to solve their midfield problems, if an exit is eventually made by their midfielders.
Tiemoue Bakayoko could however be made available in region of €35m and Bayern Munich could also open to make a loan bid to secure the services of the French star.
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