Nordi Mukiele is eager to switch to Bayern Munich before the imminent closure of the January transfer window. Although there’s no agreement, the Paris Saint-Germain right-back remains upbeat about a potential move.
Florian Plettenberg from Sky Germany reports that the Frenchman is still pushing for his move to the Bundesliga side. Additionally, the player continues to remain optimistic that a deal will occur.
Discussions have occurred recently with PSG, but progress has been minimal due to excessively high demands. Despite this, Bayern Munich is pursuing a resolution and discussing the loan structure with other clubs.
Furthermore, Bayern Munich’s sporting director, Christoph Freund, responded positively when asked about Mukiele’s prospects, but the situation is intricate. Plettenberg also noted that a move for Newcastle United defender Kieran Trippier is off the table.
🚨Nordi #Mukiele, he’s still pushing for his move to FC Bayern! The player is still optimistic …
As reported: There were talks with PSG in the last days but little progress. Demands are still too high. Nevertheless, Bayern is working on a solution. Clubs in talks about the loan… pic.twitter.com/CVTvefO2jJ
— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) January 24, 2024
ESPN reported on Wednesday, citing sources, that Bayern Munich presented three distinct offers for Trippier. The initial bid proposed a loan arrangement, and afterward, a second bid of approximately €8 million was made. Finally, a third bid of €15 million was submitted on Tuesday.
However, Newcastle has consistently expressed hesitation in parting with Trippier, aged 33, setting their valuation at €20 million. As a result, the German side is now keen on the PSG player.