Amid recent negotiations concerning Nordi Mukiele, both Bayern Munich and PSG are hopeful of reaching an agreement in the coming days. However, as of now, such a deal has not been finalized.
In this winter transfer window, Bayern Munich has been actively seeking a versatile player capable of performing both as a right-back and a center-back. It comes as no surprise that their focus has turned to Nordi Mukiele, making him their top priority for this position.
Negotiations have been underway with PSG to secure the arrival of the 25-year-old French player. Currently, the discussions have not been resolved, and it is not expected to be concluded before the week's end.
PSG and Bayern seek an agreement for the transfer of Nordi Mukiele.
Mukiele is keenly interested in Bayern's project, as he has experienced relatively low confidence from Luis Enrique since the Spanish coach took charge of PSG last summer. The German channel, Sky, also reports that both clubs have the intention to reach an agreement in the coming days.
However, the potential structure of the deal remains a sticking point between the two parties. Bayern is seeking a six-month loan with a purchase option, while PSG desires a purchase obligation in case of a loan, representing a significant difference as Paris's preferred solution equates to a disguised transfer.
On the Parisian side, there was also mention of the desire to find a replacement solution before releasing Mukiele, who was acquired by PSG from Leipzig eighteen months ago for twelve million euros. Apart from the potential Sacha Boey (which, incidentally, would be Bayern's plan B), no recent developments have emerged on this front.