Bayern want to sign the star of Almería

The Bavarian giant has taken an interest in striker Sadiq. His clause is 60 million and he has four more years of contract with Almería.

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If Almería was one of the great entertainers of the last summer window with the transfer of Darwin Núñez (between 24 and 25 kilos), the next summer will be similar, with Umar Sadiq intended by half of Europe. The latest club to join the list is Bayern Munich. The German club has been interested in the forward without even presenting a formal offer. Almería, for its part, refers for the moment to its termination clause, estimated at 60 million euros, which will be 80 in the case of promotion to the First Division.

Of course, from Saudi Arabia and the Vega de Acá they have made it clear that despite the fact that the African striker has a contract until 2025 they will not close any doors and once the competition has expired they will listen to offers and negotiate. Aware that a striker is a highly valued piece in the market, but also of the general economic situation in Europe, the rojiblanca entity does not look down on a proposal of around 30 kilos.

Bayern will not have it easy, with multiple 'girlfriends' behind a Sadiq who has already shown that he is one of the best performing on the dance floor, not to mention his projection (24 years just turned 24). Among the suitors, the interest of Sevilla stands out, which already spoke with the UDA in the last summer market. In fact, Monchi is the one in the best position right now. With Youssef En-Nesyri close to England, both the Almeria club and the player himself do not see a transfer to Nervión with bad eyes, taking advantage of the good relations between both entities.

At the moment Almería does not want to hear anything until the end of the season. Of course, in the Almeria club they know that the price will depend on how the course ends, needing Sadiq to improve the benefits of the last weeks. Nor do they rule out that in the case of being promoted to the First Division, the Nigerian will stay one more season, facing the best teams as general captain. With a contract until 2025, the forward guarantees his future and Almería, a possible copious transfer.

Sadiq landed in Almeria on the last day of the last summer market to replace Darwin Núñez. Almería paid around five million euros, the figure being able to be catapulted up to nine depending on a series of variables; with the possibility of becoming the most expensive signing in its history (right now it is Appiah and his 8'8 kilos) and also in the sale, in the case of surpassing Darwin Núñez. From the outset Sadiq had to measure himself against the Uruguayan bar, being supported by his teammates and by José Gomes himself, who even stated that he would score more than 15 goals when it seemed like a utopia. After a bad start, the former Roma player has already been in the league for a fortnight and two in the Cup.

Almeria is also aware that a future sale of Kaduna would be growth not only economically, but also sportingly, with the aim of making the club self-sustaining, but also improving the level season after season. The footballers see Almería as a good option to grow and, unlike the stage prior to the arrival of the Sheikh, even in Almería itself, they see with good eyes staying. Of course, neither the club nor Sadiq will be disgusted in the case of a succulent formal offer, as happened a year ago with Darwin.

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