Bayer Leverkusen is asking nearly 200 million euros for its 3 stars!


Third in the Bundesliga last season and qualified for the next Champions League, Bayer Leverkusen could experience a hectic summer transfer window in the direction of departures, but not at any price…

Author of a very good 2021-2022 season, the workforce of Bayer Leverkusen, third in the Bundesliga just behind the two behemoths Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, logically stirs up lust during this summer transfer window. And for good reason. Strong of Moussa Diaby, Patrik Schick, Florian Wirtz, Amine Adli, Jonathan Tah, Paulinho or even Sardar Azmoun, the Pillendreher, qualified for the next Champions League, do not lack talent in their ranks. Determined to keep all their weapons to look good on the European scene during the next exercise, the leaders of the German formation have also wanted to send a strong message to the competition.

Under contract with Bayer Leverkusen until 2025, Moussa Diaby is, as such, part of the German club’s plans for the future. With this in mind and according to the latest information from journalist Florian Plettenberg of Sky Sports, the French international (8 caps), author of 17 goals and 14 assists with Bayer this season, will only leave if there is a very big offer. Coveted by Paris Saint-Germain but also Newcastle, Diaby remains transferable but should therefore not leave the Rouge et Noir for less than 70 million euros. Amount requested by Bayer to part with the left winger. But that’s not all.

Bayer is asking for a minimum of 161 million euros!

Long targeted by Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, Patrik Schick also remains a candidate for departure this summer, despite his recent extension with the formation of Gerardo Seoane. Second top scorer in the German championship with 24 goals, behind the indestructible Robert Lewandowski (35 goals), the Czech international striker (33 caps, 17 goals), resplendent during the last Euro, could notably join the team led by Julian Nagelsmann in the event of the Pole’s departure to FC Barcelona. Under contract until June 2027, the former player of AS Roma and RB Leipzig, estimated at 50 million euros on Transfermarkt, would then bring a very big check to Bayer.

Finally and as reported The Sun this Saturday, Piero Hincapie (20) would also be at the heart of foreign interests. Mainly tracked by Tottenham and his coach Antonio Conte, this 20-year-old Ecuadorian central defender represents the future of Bayer and is thus estimated at 34 million pounds sterling, or 41 million euros. Key element of the Leverkusen system and potential holder with his selection (19 caps, 1 goal), qualified for the next World Cup, the native of Esmeraldas could therefore also bring big money to the team chaired by Fernando Carro . If not restful, Bayer’s summer transfer window promises to be fruitful despite everything…

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