Bayern Munich’s executives seem to be growing weary Leroy Sané’s lack of commitment to a transfer. According to a new report by kicker, Sané’s decision to renegotiate personal terms with Bayern yet again after changing agents has made the bosses at Säbener Strasse “apprehensive and skeptical.” Kicker described the dilemma in pointed terms for the typically sober magazine:
Doubts about the mentality of this definitely talented attacker are growing ever louder at Säbener Strasse. The bosses in Munich want to see inner values in particular, and above all character, as a crucial mental condition for new signees: absolute identification with the club instead of money-driven mercenary service, total readiness for teamwork and specific footballing ambitions instead of ego-centric stardom.
The influence of Bayern icon Oliver Kahn may already be making itself felt.