Competition for FC Bayern: Konrad Laimer open to Premier League changes

According to 90min information, Konrad Laimer is ready to listen to Premier League offers in 2023 after a failed move to Bayern Munich last summer.

Competition for FC Bayern: Konrad Laimer open to Premier League changes

According to 90min information, Konrad Laimer is ready to listen to Premier League offers in 2023 after a failed move to Bayern Munich last summer.

Laimer has been a key figure for RB Leipzig in recent years and has impressed with consistently strong performances. Due to the contractual situation (Laimer is only tied to the Red Bulls until 2023), FC Bayern tried to win over the Austrian last summer.

Munich had already reached an agreement with Laimer, but the two clubs could not find common ground on the fee, although they had at times come close to a few million euros. Bayern withdrew and the move fell through - although many believed that the Deal would only mean a delay of twelve months, because then Laimer could switch for free. The 25-year-old made it clear in the summer when Manchester United also knocked on the knock that his heart was only in a move to Bayern. But now the midfielder is more open to other offers: 90min have been told that Laimer and his agency are now also exploring other options, including a possible move to England, which could even happen as early as January.

As 90min learned, Laimer is being seriously considered by Liverpool FC for a move in January - the Reds are struggling with huge (injury) problems in midfield. For his part, Laimer is also suffering from an ankle injury that kept him out of action for almost two months - but he is now almost recovered and will be ready to play again after the World Cup break. A potential move for Laimers could be decided in November and December . There is no guarantee that he will move to Munich, although he expected this in the summer. "I would have been ready to take the step in the summer. It was very close, but Leipzig's release didn't come," he told Sport and Talk on Servus-TV."On the one hand it's nice because I'm an important player. On the other hand it's also difficult because you think a lot. But I've come to terms with it. It just keeps going. One of the best clubs in the The world doesn't come knocking every summer either. But you can't change it anyway." Laimer admitted that he will have a lot of thoughts about his future: "I'm more the guy who talks to people and needs a feeling that everything fits together."

This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as Competition for FC Bayern: Konrad Laimer open to Premier League move.

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