Cancelo’s Loan Transfer From City Is “Fee-free.”
Hasan Salihamidzic, the sports director of Bayern Munich, has stated that the team will not pay a loan fee for Portugal’s Joao Cancelo.
After a dispute with City manager Pep Guardiola, Cancelo moved to the German powerhouses on an initial loan with a £61 million purchase option at the conclusion of the season.
The Bundesliga champions will not be required to pay anything during Cancelo’s brief stay in Germany, it has now been confirmed.
Salihamidzic reportedly told Bild that there was no loan charge involved in the Cancelo trade.
The 46-year-old claimed that the network was responsible for Cancelo’s job being performed without payment.
The ‘network’ between the two parties seems to have been developed during the 2020 transfer of winger Leroy Sane from Manchester to Munich.
Brazilian fullback As a result of rumors that he had a falling out with both players and staff at Manchester, Cancelo was able to obtain a deadline-day transfer to Bayern.
The rest of the team was reportedly concerned about Cancelo’s training-related behavior.
According to reports, City coaches thought he was not paying attention during tactical discussions as a result of his repeated exclusion from the starting lineup.
Cancelo and City manager Guardiola got into a furious training ground argument, which drove Cancelo to leave, Sportsmail exclusively reported last week.