Atletico Madrid wants to make a good business from the potential sale of Thomas Lemar, who has already drawn huge interest from Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig.
The La Liga outfit would like to reinvest the money accrued from the sale of the player.
Right now, Atletico Madrid is ready to talk to clubs interested in securing his services before the expiration of the summer transfer window.
Bayern Munich would like to sign Thomas Lemar but would be on loan until probably the end of the season. A move which is attributed to the injury of Leroy Sane.
Thomas Lemar vs. Real Madrid
The Monaco star showed exactly why Atletico broke their all-time transfer record for him. He dazzled with his dribbling, passing, and even impressed with his defensive recoveries. Fitting Simeone's system like a glove – a quality competitive debut. pic.twitter.com/TDUnqv5MdU
— EiF (@EiF_Highlights) August 16, 2018
For the Bavarians, they are only interested in signing Lemar on loan with no purchase option at the end. A move which could break talks with the Rojiblancos.
At Leipzig, Lemar’s salary would be the only obstacle. The Frenchman collects a whopping sum of seven million euros annually, which proves difficult for the club to pay at the moment.
So, the ball now rolls in the court of the Bavarians. The Spanish club would be willing to sell the 24-year old for 25 million euros according to Goal.com via Fussball Transfers.