Pavard’s Contract Is Being Sought After By Bayern.
According to a report from La Voix du Nord, Bayern Munich will want to extend French international Benjamin Pavard’s (26) contract. The Les Bleus player who won the 2018 World Cup joins Bayern from Stuttgart in 2019 on a five-year contract. Since moving to Munich, he has won every Bundesliga championship as well as the Champions League in 2020. In an interview with L’Équipe in the previous fall, Pavard said that he wanted to play in a different league outside the Bundesliga, where he has played since 2016. The player from Maubeuge’s predicament is apparently being monitored by FC Barcelona and Chelsea.
Milan Kriniar (28) of Inter is anticipated to join PSG next summer, and the Nerazzurri have reached an agreement with Pavard to take his position as a center-back. According to reports, the negotiations continued for many hours, and a contract in the form of a loan with an option to purchase the player eventually emerged. Pavard was “just minutes” away from signing the Lombardy club on January 31 when Bayern declined the offer, and Skriniar remained with Bayern.
Pavard’s tenure in Bavaria is still something Bayern Munich is eager to prolong. Hasan Salihamid, Bayern’s sporting director, said that the Frenchman was a key player for Bayern and that they would work to achieve success together. In a recent 3-man defense, head coach Julian Nagelsmann used him in his preferred position as the right-sided center-back. Will it persuade him to write anything down?