Bayern Munich could announce the signing of €228,498-a-week Barcelona world class attacking target
By Lamedah | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 5233 views
Bayern Munich have been in a great form since the last season, during which they have been able to win many tittles and are currently sitting at the top of the Bundesliga tittle.
The German giants want to improve their attack and have identified 28 years old Liverpool world class attacker, who collects €228,498-a-week wages and also been admired by Barcelona as a potential transfer target.
However, Bayern Munich could announce the signing of the €228,498-a-week wolrd class Liverpool attacker during summer, according to reports.
The 28 years old world class attacker, has been surrounded with transfer speculations, linking him with a move to several European top teams like Barcelona since the past months.
Barcelona have shown interest in the world class attacker in a bid to improve their attack since the past months.
Bayern Munich have now been reported with an interest in the 28 years old world class Mohamed Salah, and could announce the signing of the €228,498-a-week world class Barcelona attacking target come summer.
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