Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has confirmed they could loan out Renato Sanches this summer.
He has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United, Juventus and AC Milan as he hopes to pick up more first-team game time.
He moved to the Bundesliga last season for €35m, with another €35m in bonuses, however, after struggling for minutes under Carlo Ancelotti has been forced to look elsewhere.
Speaking about his future, Rummenigge also opened up about the possibility of selling him permanently.
“He wants to play regularly and there’s plenty of competition here in his role,” he said.
“We will judge further down the road. Sell him? We need to decide, but we’d almost certainly only consider a loan.
“We’re expecting a lot from him. Let’s not forget that he was the breakout star at last year’s European Championships. There are at least ten teams who would take Sanches immediately.
Sanches has recently spoken out about his future, stating he’s not happy with his first year at Bayern.
Jose Mourinho claimed he would have been in for Sanches had he arrived at the club sooner and with a second opportunity to sign the youngster presenting itself, he may finally land his man.