Arsenal fans don’t know if one of their favorite players will still be at Emirates next season, but one thing seems to be for sure, he’s not moving to Bayern Munich.
You can’t build a new team with €100 million transfers for 29 and 30-year-olds. That isn’t a policy
Bayern president Uli Hoeness told Kicker, when asked about Alexis Sanchez and the speculation linking the Bavarian club with a move for the Chile international.
I fully support what’s been done so far – it’s highly satisfactory and it all makes sense. Sule, Rudy, Gnabry and Tolisso are players with huge potential for the future.
Hoeness said, talking about how Bayern have moved so far this summer, choosing to sign players aged between 20 and 22.
As chairman of the supervisory board I’m very pleased with our transfer policy up until now because it was implemented with great care
the Bayern president also said. As for how the Bundesliga champions could win the Champions League with this young squad, his opinion is that
even if you spend a huge amount of money, you still don’t have any guarantee of winning the Champions League. I’m confident we are doing the right thing
were his words.