Bayern Munich, Juventus and Manchester City were all believed to be favourable destinations for the Arsenal star, however, Bayern Munich will not be signing the attacker as there is no need for additions in Bavaria, according to Daily Star reports.
It feels like Rossoneri are being linked with a player nearly daily, and the latest player to be linked with a move is Bayern Munich midfielder Renato Sanches.
Yet Sanches as failed to make any significant impact in Munich, and after just a single season, Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has conceded that Renato Sanches is likely spend this season away on loan, with a €7m temporary fee mooted, with a €40m clause should the move be a success. At the price their CEO quoted, you would wonder if Jose Mourinho would be interested in signing the midfielder. However, it will be interesting to see where he decides to go.
They have also just completed a sensational move for Leonardo Bonucci, who has agreed to join the club from Scudetto champions Juventus.
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Sanches joined Bayern with the reputation as one of the best young players in Europe, but has seen his career stall in Germany so far, with some talk that he could leave already.
Sanches couldn't break into Bayern's team.
After head coach Carlo Ancelotti last week had his wish granted to sign Colombia's James Rodriguez on loan from Real Madrid, Bayern have called off their bid to poach Chile's hot-shot Sanchez from Arsenal.
The report claims that Milan want to take him on a two-year loan spell for €7 million, with the 'option to buy in 2019.