It seems as if the Renato Sanches experiment at Bayern Munich is only going last one year.

The European Golden Boy award winner is poised to leave the Bundesliga champions this summer after starting just six League games last term and a loan deal is expected.

Manchester United, Chelsea, Juventus and Monaco have all been linked with the teenager but it appears as if AC Milan are edging closer to striking a deal for the midfielder.

According to Portuguese source Record (h/t GGFN), Milan are willing to offer Bayern €7m to take the former Benfica starlet on a two-year loan, with an option to purchase the player outright for €40m, taking the total value of the deal to €47m.

Speaking to Bild however, Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has stated that no agreement has been reached with Milan for the transfer of Sanches despite interest from the Serie A side.

I can confirm that Milan have shown interest in Renato Sanches, but there is no agreement yet.

AC Milan have had a busy summer spending well over €100m on new signings already but they’re clearly not done yet and are eager to beat the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Juventus to Sanches’ signature.

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