Bayern Munich is on the market for a new right-back, and among the chief names mentioned in the present time is Real Madrid kid Achraf Hakimi. Given his performances so far, most have assumed that the participant will go back to Madrid after his loan deal expires, but things appear to be more complex than that.
In accordance with Spox, Hakimi’s agent has denied any interest or contact from Bayern for his customer.
Agent Alejandro Camaño on Bayern’s alleged interest in his client: “FC Bayern is a terrific club, but we are unaware of any interest. Nobody has contacted us.”
However, the Blancos have been thought to be happy with his development in Germany.
Relations between the two clubs at the executive level have always been great, and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Florentino Perez are thought to be on good terms. The Bavarians have loaned Alvaro Odriozola from Real Madrid before the summertime, but the loan doesn’t include a buy option. It is possible that Odriozola may go back to the Bernabeu, allowing Bayern to buy Hakimi with no interference.
Needless to say, there is also Borussia Dortmund in the combination. Rather than moving to Bayern, BVB could work out a deal with Real allowing the 21-year-old to keep at Dortmund. If that’s the instance, monetary clout could become significant, based on what Florentino Perez determines in a suitable transfer fee