Bayern Munich Transfer News: Reports say that Bayern Munich wants to sign French star Randal Kolo Muani, who is also being looked at by Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).
Kolo Muani is having a great football season with Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany in 2022-2023. A couple of big teams in Europe looking for a striker this summer are also interested in him because of how well he has been playing.
Kolo Muani has already scored 20 goals and set up 14 others for Eintracht Frankfurt this season. He has played 40 games for the team in all competitions. He is definitely one of the best goal-scorers in Europe.
His play has also caught the attention of a few top teams that are looking to add strikers this summer, like Bayern Munich (via PSG Talk). The Bavarians have not yet found a replacement for Robert Lewandowski, a Polish scorer. Last summer, he left the club to join Spanish powerhouse Barcelona for a transfer fee of around €50 million.
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Kolo Muani has now been named as the player who might fill the spot left by Lewandowski’s departure before next season. Bayern Munich’s board may have been interested in the Frenchman because he has played in the Bundesliga before.
Bayern Munich Transfer News: Bayern Munich lock horns with PSG for Randal Kolo Muani
So far this season, he has scored 13 goals and set up 10 for Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga. He has done this in 28 games, which is double digits for both goals and assists.
PSG is likely to give Bayern Munich a lot of competition for the striker’s name, so they won’t have a free run at signing him. This summer, the French giants are also looking for a new centre forward, and they want to bring Kolo Muani back to France.
The striker, who is 24 years old, got his start in French Ligue 1. He moved up the ranks at Nantes until the summer of 2021 when he was sold to Frankfurt.
Kolo Muani is rumoured to only want to leave Frankfurt for a big transfer fee, which is expected to be a club record of more than €100 million.