Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has reportedly reached a “full agreement” with Bayern Munich, with the two clubs now having to negotiate a deal.
Plettenberg claims that Walker has reached a “complete agreement” with Bayern Munich and that the England full-back will sign a two-year contract with the option for a further year with the German side.
According to Di Marzio, the Manchester City right-back is considered a top target for the position. Benjamin Pavard is allowed to leave Bayern this summer if a suitable offer arrives for the Frenchman.
The right-back has just won the treble with City and now seems in search of a new challenge, with Bayern being exactly what the 33-year-old has appeared to be looking for.
With Bayern having won the league in ten straight seasons, it would be a surprise if Walker didn’t win the league next season.
Manchester City star Kyle Walker would be great for Bayern Munich
If the fee is reasonable, that would be a great deal for Bayern.
With Pavard, who has been fickle at Bayern and seeking an exit, Walker represents an excellent improvement.
As a consistent Pep Guardiola performer at City, Walker would bring pace and consistency to the right flank that Pavard simply doesn’t have.
However, this would be a risk for City. As Rico Lewis might be the only senior right-back if João Cancelo sold, City would be bright in that area of the pitch.
However, due to City’s formation, which features four central defenders in a back four, the issue would not be that important.
In addition, there is the upcoming move of Josko Gvardiol from RB Leipzig (The Telegraph) would soften the shock of Walker’s possible departure to the Allianz Arena.
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