Benjamin Pavard-Inter, now or never. The latest episode of the series was written today by Jan Christian Dressen, managing director of Bayern Munich, who spoke of the French defender at the press conference: “Pavard has not trained in the past few days. He has not been feeling well.” Because he suffers from pain in his stomach and back. We still have a few days to go: I’m pretty sure we’ll find a solution in the last few days of the transfer windowMeanwhile, Transalpine International has returned to work with the rest of the group, pending developments in negotiations: reports Build.
final set – Inter have no intention of waiting any longer: an ultimatum has been set at 3pm on Tuesday. The deadline chosen by the Nerazzurri club to complete the deal with Bayern Munich, with the player’s agents remaining confident. If the situation has not been clarified by then, the Frenchman will remain in Germany and we will talk about him again from January.
TOCHILL BRAKE – Thomas Tuchel had suppressed his enthusiasm yesterday: “We understand that Benji (editing Pavard) wants to go to Inter, but to complete the transfer, you can’t think of only one way (his way to Milan)”.. We have to find a replacement first, or the transfer won’t happenFrom this point of view, there are three profiles in the notebook, Also among them is Pierre Calullo from Milan.
deal numbers – The two clubs already have an agreement on a transfer basis For 32 million euros (30 fixed stakes plus 2 bonuses). The salary of the former Stuttgart player, world champion with France in 2018, dThe net amount should be up to 5 million euros per annum: He will benefit from the tax benefits provided for in the growth decree, but only for the year 2024; This is because, as we read, Pavard in 2023 cannot be considered a tax resident in Italy, arriving after the July 2 deadline. Looking at these places, The total salary for the first season will be 7.9 million euros.
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