Bayern Munich have no plans to sell Lucas Hernandez (27) to Paris Saint-Germain next summer, following reports that the 2018 World Cup winner with the Blues has agreed to personal conditions with Les Parisiens.
L’Équipe reports this Thursday that the winner of the 2020 Champions League with Bayern Munich and PSG sports adviser Luís Campos have reached an agreement in principle. Hernandez is what PSG are looking for in the market. The former Atlético Madrid man is a France international in his prime, despite some doubts about his form following his ACL tear in France’s World Cup opener against Australia. Hernandez is also a versatile player. He can thrive in a left centre-back role and substitute at left-back.
But there is a catch. Currently, Bayern Munich have no intention of letting go of a player they paid a club-record €80m to Atlético Madrid in 2019, L’Equipe report. The Bavarians even offered Hernandez a contract extension, keeping him at the club until 2027. Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidžić said he would now be ready to offer Hernandez a three-year deal, so to convince the Marseille-born player to stay in Germany.
The former Bayern and Juventus right-back is set for a tense transfer window with Benjamin Pavard (27) also entering his final year with the Bavarians, as is Hernandez. L’Équipe mention that there are no indications that the France international wants to extend his stay with Bayern.