The Bavarian club would be interested in the Barça midfielder, according to Jijantes
The intention is to get a loan with a purchase option at the end of the season
The Bayern Munich would be looking to repeat the ‘Operation Coutinho’ with the Barça midfielder Frankie de Jong. The Bavarians signed the Brazilian three years ago with the following formula: loan until the end of the season with a non-mandatory purchase option that they did not execute.
According to Jijantes, the historic German team would have once again found a good match at Can Barça Market opportunity. At the time, Bayern paid 8.5 million euros to Barça for the transfer of Coutinho (1 season) and took over the file. The non-mandatory purchase option was for 120 million euros.
The intention of the Germans could be similar to what happened with the attacker: get the loan of a world-class footballer and, if he performs at a good level, get his services permanently.
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Bayern Munich wants to repeat the ‘Operation Coutinho’ with De Jong