LEROY SANE’S future is under an even brighter spotlight because of the Premier League shutdown.
The Manchester City winger, 24, has long been on Bayern Munich’s hit-list.
But the Germans want to see Sane prove his match fitness after seven months out injured.
And with a halt on all football, the forward will get no chance to do so for the foreseeable future.
He has not played a first-team match since damaging knee ligaments in the Community Shield in August - which City won on penalties - although he did feature for the Under-23s against Arsenal in February.
The FA, Premier League, EFL and WSL announced on Friday a three-week suspension to all professional football in England due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
Sane is back in full training for the first time since he damaged knee ligaments last August.