The future of Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara is on the minds of quite a few people these days. It is not just coach Hansi Flick, CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, and representatives from rumored destination Liverpool, however, who are keeping close tabs on the 29-year-old Spaniard.
Per the Flex Master himself, Sport Bild chief Christian Falk, Manchester United has joined the fray in hopes of convincing Thiago to continue his career in a non-Jürgen Klopp led environment.
The Express jumped in to note that Manchester United is already working on the financial logistics of bolstering its roster:
(Manchester United executive vice-chairman) Ed Woodward has taken out a loan of £140 million to help United land their top targets. This is not the first time that United have been linked with a move for Thiago.
Finally, the Evening Standard reported that Bayern Munich might be seeking roughly €35 million in exchange for Thiago.