Leroy Sane will not be allowed to leave Manchester City on the cheap this summer, with Bayern Munich or any other potential suitor needing to match the Premier League champions' asking price.

Germany international Sane has been a long-term target for Bayern, with reports in Germany suggesting that he has already agreed terms on a five-year contract.

Sane was at the centre of a transfer saga between the clubs last summer that was expected to rumble on until deadline day, only for the winger to suffer a serious knee injury in the Community Shield in August.

Bayern decided against a move in January, with Sane still recovering from the setback that has seen him miss the whole season so far, though he was edging closer to an on-field return when the Premier League was shut down by the Covid-19 outbreak.

The 24-year-old will enter the final 12 months of his City contract at the end of June, which could see a significant drop in the transfer fee that Bayern would expect to pay.