Bayern Munich show interest in signing Premier League’s talented right-back this summer transfer market after losing out on Sergino Dest
Bayern Munich is hoping to continue the same dominance that was on display in the 2019/20 season. Under Hansi Flick, the Bavarians have already won the Bundesliga, DFB Pokal, UEFA Champions League, and the UEFA Super Cup. The manager believes that the club requires a few more additions if they are to dominate Europe in the same fashion.
The first priority in the transfer market is to sign a right-back to compete with the French superstar, Benjamin Pavard. The shortlisted target was Sergino Dest of Ajax Amsterdam for the past few months. The 19-year-old was considered as the ideal target to compete with Pavard and due to the physical prowess that Dest provides.
However, the American right-back has reportedly agreed to personal terms with Barcelona instead. The Catalans have sold Nelson Semedo to Wolverhampton Wanderers and Ronald Koeman believes that Dest has the quality to fill in the void. With the Ajax superstar out of the equation now, Bayern has Max Aarons and Tariq Lamptey.
Max Aarons of Norwich City has been a prime target of several top clubs, however, despite being relegated, Norwich City has no plans of letting their right-back leave even if it is for 100 million euros. The next best option for the champions of Europe is Tariq Lamptey, according to SPORT.
The 19-year-old Brighton & Hove Albion right-back is one of the most talked-about players currently in the Premier League. Lamptey is primarily known for his speed and attacking capability from the flank. The young Brighton star has developed massively over the years and at the Allianz Arena, he might just achieve his utmost potential. In fact, the Bundesliga champions have the opportunity to sign this talented Premier League star for just 8 million euros or slightly more.
Bayern Munich is now set to face Borussia Dortmund in the final of the German Super Cup and Flick’s side will be eager on winning their fifth trophy.
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