Bayern Munich desperate attempt to find quick reinforcement prompted an enquiry on Hoffenheim red hot striker Andrej Kramaric, which appears to have hit the hard rock.
Yesterday evening, reports emerged of an enquiry made by Bayern Munich top hierarchy for the 29-year old Croat.
However, Sport1 via Fussball Transfers reported the Croatian was also interested in the idea of moving to Bayern Munich before the end of the summer transfer window.
But this will no longer happen. The reason; Hoffenheim request of the Bavarians to pay €40 million euros which appears to be too demanding in the eyes of the defending Bundesliga champions.
The Hollywood boys do not see it as a wise investment to sign a backup striker for over 40 million euros at this time.
Kramaric stunned Bayern Munich last weekend, ending the team’s dominating performance since last year.
The Croatian national team member also started fine against FC Koln. Helping his side to an unbelievable start of the new campaign.
Our View – Kramaric is well worth 40 million euros, but Bayern Munich should consider asking for a lower price
Kramaric is well worth the price tag already slashed on him by his club. The stats do backup Hoffenheim’s price valuation.
The problem is the age of the attacker, he is over 29 which appears to be an obstacle looking at how Bayern in recent years has tried to change the team to youthful setup.