Borrusia Dortmund To Confirm World Class Players Departures, Man U Battles City For Bayern Winger
By 254Anchor | self meida writer
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After announcing a financial loss of £23m in the second half of 2020 because of the pandemic, Dortmund's hierarchy has compiled an emergency list of players who could be sold if they don't qualify for the Champions League. Haaland, Sancho and Bellingham all on the list.
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Sport Bild writes that both Manchester United and Manchester City made significant offers for Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman last summer, with United willing to pay Coman at least €8 million ($9.6m) per year and City wanting him as a swap for Leroy Sane, who went on to join the German club anyway. Coman has since doubled down on his desire to remain at Bayern Munich for the forseeable future, saying a couple of weeks ago that he wants to extend his contract. But Sport Bild believes that intention won't stop the Manchester clubs from trying again to add the 24-year-old.
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