According to a report by Daily Mail, German side Bayern Munich are reportedly interested in wantaway highly-rated Chelsea striker Dominic Solanke.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte confirmed on Friday that Solanke will leave Chelsea this summer after contract negotiations between Chelsea and Solanke broke down due to the striker demanding a new deal of £50,000-a-week.
Chelsea could command a tribunal fee of around £8million if Solanke joins another English club but if Solanke joins Bayern Munich, Chelsea would only receive an initial £300,000 in compensation.
Bayern Munich reportedly want Solanke because he is technically good, has a good size and has got a good pace. Solanke can play as a striker or a winger and Bayern’s coaching staff rate him highly. Bayern Munich however would not offer him the £50,000-a-week wages he is demanding.
Demand for Solanke is reportedly high with Liverpool, Everton, Sunderland, Arsenal, West Ham, Rangers and Celtic all interested in the wantaway striker.