Tue. Mar 21st, 2023

Ilkay Gündogan has developed into a world-class midfielder under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. Since his farewell to BVB six years ago, he played 156 times in the Premier League and stands before his fourth championship title with the cityzens. According to recent media reports, Gündogan could soon play in Germany again.

As can be seen from a report by the “Daily Mail”, the time of the German international in summer could end at Manchester City. Apparently team manager Pep Guardiola is ready to have his once undisputed midfield leader pulled this summer and a year before his end of the contract.

A trip abroad of the 31-year-old on Monday was initially explained with purely private reasons.

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The international transfer expert Fabrizio Romano also took up the personnel on Tuesday and reported that Gündogan should probably be on the piece with several Bundesliga clubs.

However, the circle of potential customers for the 31-year-old should be quite small for financial reasons. Logically, FC Bayern and BVB should at best be meant by the rumored Bundesliga interest.

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Gündogan once switched from Borussia Dortmund to the island in summer 2016. With the fourth English championship, Gündogan would be the most successful German player of all time in the Premier League. The best German scorer in the history of league is already with 34 goals.

FC Bayern had recently announced in the person of head coach Julian Nagelsmann to look for a “pressing machine”. In turn, BVB is still intensively looking for a successor for Axel Witsel in the midfield headquarters.

So far, direct contact with one of the two top clubs from Germany has not yet been publicly confirmed.

In addition to “German clubs”, transfer expert Romano also linked FC Barcelona and FC Arsenal to Gündogan.

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