Bayern Munich have reached an agreement to sign Granada’s Spanish forward Bryan Zaragoza in 2024.
El Chiringuito first reported that Bayern agreed personal terms with the exciting winger, and talks were in the final stages to finalise the deal.
The Spaniard will stay at Granada for the rest of the season and will move to the Allianz Arena next summer.
RB Leipzig and Atletico Madrid showed interest in Zaragoza, but the Spaniard preferred a move to Bayern. He will pen a four-year contract with the German champions.
Zaragoza joined the Granada youth ranks in 2020. He subsequently played a pivotal role in the senior team’s promotion to La Liga last season.
The 22-year-old has been one of the breakout stars in La Liga this term, turning heads with his incredible performances.
Despite Granada’s woeful campaign, Zaragoza has stood apart with his scintillating displays, netting five goals and two assists in 14 appearances.
His tally includes goals against Real Mallorca and Real Sociedad, but his best performance was against Barcelona, where he netted a stellar brace.
The Spanish sensation’s stock was beginning to soar, and Bayern acted quickly to snap him up in what is a smart transfer.
Bayern have excellent wingers in their ranks, including Kingsley Coman, Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sane, and they have added another exciting prospect in Zaragoza.
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