FC Bayern: Tolisso consultant gives update in the future question
Corentin Tolisso's contract expires at FC Bayern in less than two months, but there is still no official farewell to the midfielder. This could also be due to the fact that the farewell has not yet been 100 percent established. The Frenchman's advisor has also confirmed this.
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Corentin Tolisso wore the FC Bayern jersey for five years. The French international, who was always plagued by injuries, came to 117 games during this time for the Munich. He reaches 21 goals and 15 templates. Actually, the chapter at the German football record champion should end this summer, but there is no final clarity.
According to information from "Gravenberch 1", this is also due to the fact that FC Bayern has not yet brought the targeted transfer from Ryan Gravenberch by Ajax Amsterdam under the roof and subject.
Accordingly, the door to Tolisso is still a gap in Munich, apparently it plays with the idea of extending with the 27-year-old if the Gravenberch change bursts. The Frenchman's susceptibility to injury is still a big issue, but it could be enough for a shorter contract.
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Tolisso's advisor Eric Castagnino confirmed to "Gravenberch1" that his client is still in the waiting stand. "There is no decision yet," said the agent.
FC Bayern: Nagelsmann praises Tolisso
In the room there is currently a return to Olympique Lyon, where Tolisso played until his change in 2017. But Spanish clubs should also be interested in the midfielder.
Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann recently praised the "incredible victory mentality" of the 27-year-old. Tolisso "always wants to win, has a very good technique and always brings a good ghost into training," says the coach, who also has no new stand when it comes to planning the future. "There is nothing to report yet, we will see how things will go," said Nagelsmann on Friday at the PK.