In football, just like in life, there are some things that are hard to predict. Bryan Zaragoza’s rise to the First Division not long ago earned him a chance to sign with Bayern Munich for around 15 million euros, making it the biggest sale in the history of his team, Granada. He chose to stay with Granada until the end of the season, showing his commitment to the club. However, things have changed recently, and he has now landed in Germany to join Bayern Munich for around five million euros.
This unexpected turn of events started with an injury to Coman, a key player for Bayern. This led the team to search for a replacement, and they found Bryan Zaragoza to be the perfect fit. Bayern’s initial offer of three million euros was rejected by Granada, but Bryan’s decision to leave forced both teams to come to an agreement. They settled on a transfer fee close to five million euros, with the understanding that the sale would be activated at the end of the season, as previously agreed.
Although Granada is losing Bryan, the deal seems to benefit all parties involved. Granada earns a significant amount of money, Bryan has the opportunity to join Bayern with less competition and potentially be an important player, and Bayern fills a gap in their team before the crucial part of the season.
This move makes Bryan Zaragoza Bayern Munich’s third signing in the winter transfer market, following Eric Dier from Tottenham and Sacha Boey from Galatasaray.
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