Lucas Hernandez 'agrees deal to join European giants' but Bayern Munich could still block transfer | The SunMay 25, 2023
BAYERN MUNICH could still put the block on Lucas Hernandez’s exit – despite reports he has agreed terms with Paris Saint-Germain.
The defender, who can operate at left-back or more centrally, is about to enter the final 12 months of his contract.
The 2018 French World Cup winner, 27, arrived at Bayern from Atletico Madrid in a £68m deal.
He has won both the Bundesliga three times since as well as the Champions League in 2020.
But he is still recovering from the ACL tear he suffered for his country during France’s World Cup opener with Australia in November.
And now that has raised serious questions over his future during this summer transfer window.
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L’Equipe are now reporting that Hernandez and PSG sporting advisor Luis Campos have reached an agreement in principle over a potential contract.
However, the publication also adds that Bayern Munich have ZERO intentions of letting him go.
Hernandez has allegedly been offered a new four-year contract extension to stay in Germany.
Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has now also publicly revealed that he is willing to try and tie the star down with a new long-term package in order to keep him.
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Now it seems that PSG face the tricky proposition of trying to convince Bayern to sell as Hernandez’s future hangs in the balance.
Although L’Equipe also states that the player has so far made no indication that he wants to extend his stay.
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