- Leroy Sane will be moving to Bayern Munich at the end of the season
- This comes after Bayern Munich agreed dead with Manchester City to sign him
- Sane has only played 11 minutes for Manchester City this season
German professional footballer Leroy Sane will be making a return to his country after Bayern Munich agreed mega deal with Manchester City to sign the 24-year-old midfielder.
Bayern Munich are expected to pay an initial fee of £44.7m with a series of performance and trophy-related add-ons in a deal which will be five years.
Manchester City will also make a 10 percent profit should Bayern Munich sell Leroy Sane in the future.
Before the start of the ongoing Premier League season, Leroy Sane was linked with a move away from England, but the Citizens were able to convince him to stay.
Bayern Munich however temped the player with a double wages of what he is collecting at Manchester City and has agreed to move to Germany.
Leroy Sane has not enjoyed active playing time this season at Manchester City because of the injury he suffered against Liverpool last year August.
Meanwhile, Manchester City are not expected to be affected with his departure as the likes of Mahrez and Raheem Sterling will cover up.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester City completed the signing of 16-year-old attacking midfielder Josh Adam who will be moving to the Etihad stadium from Celtic academy.
This latest signing by the Citizens comes less than 24 hours after they were beaten by Chelsea which gave Liverpool the 2019/20 Premier League title.
According to the report, Manchester City faced serious competition from clubs in Germany and England for them to get the signing of Josh Adam.
But Pep Guardiola and his coaching crew will have to wait till the summer before they can finally set their eyes on Josh Adam who has been dubbed as the new 'Lionel Messi'.
Adam caught their eye when he dazzled for Celts at the Marc Overmars tournament in Holland and was named player of the competition.
The news will come as a bitter blow to the Hoops having lost another top prospect, but they can still produce more youngsters for bigger clubs to sign.
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