Kyle Walker agrees personal terms with Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich have reached a verbal agreement with Kyle Walker, according to Sky Germany. The England defender was in and out of the Manchester City starting lineup last season. It appears that he is now looking for a new challenge.

Walker, who is 33 years old, has one year left on his contract at City. However, the club is willing to listen to offers for him, as they would prefer to sell him now rather than lose him for free next summer.

Bayern are said to be offering Walker a three-year contract, which would make him one of the highest-paid defenders in the Bundesliga. The move would see Walker reunite with his former manager Thomas Tuchel, who is now in charge of Bayern.

  • Walker has won four Premier League titles, one FA Cup, and four League Cups with City.
  • He has also made 50 appearances for England, and was part of the team that won the 2018 World Cup.
  • Bayern are looking to strengthen their defense after losing David Alaba to Real Madrid this summer.
  • Walker would be a significant upgrade on Bayern’s current right-back, Benjamin Pavard

It is unclear whether City will accept Bayern’s offer for Walker. However, the player is said to be keen on the move, and it would be a major coup for Bayern if they are able to sign him.

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