Bayern Munich winger Serge Gnabry has been linked with a move away from Germany at the end of the season.

A report from Fichajes claims that Premier League champions Manchester City are keen on signing 27-year-old German international Serge Gnabry during the summer transfer window.

The German international has a contract with the Bundesliga champions until the summer of 2026 but he has not been a regular starter for them and he could be open to leaving the club amid transfer links at the end of the season.

Gnabry has been an important player for Bayern Munich, scoring 12 goals and picking up 11 assists across all competitions this season. He has helped them will win multiple trophies in recent seasons and it remains to be seen whether Manchester City can agree on a deal with the Bundesliga giants for his services.

He has played in England before with Arsenal and West Bromwich Albion. He will be determined to show his quality in the Premier League next season if the transfer goes through. The German international can operate anywhere across the front three. And his versatility will be an added bonus for Manchester City.

Gnabry to finally return to the Premier League? (Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Gnabry could be the ideal alternative for Jack Grealish in the Manchester City front three. The former Aston Villa star has not been at his best since the club-record move to Manchester City. And the Premier League giants should look to bring in someone with more end product in the final third.

Gnabry will add pace, flair, goals and creativity to Pep Guardiola’s attack. Furthermore, he is used to the Spaniard’s way of playing and he could settle in and make an immediate impact at Manchester City. Guardiola coached the German attacker during his time at Bayern Munich and he rates the player highly.

The move certainly makes sense for all parties and it remains to be seen whether the two clubs can come to an agreement soon. Manchester City are unlikely to pay over the odds for his services and therefore Bayern Munich will have to be reasonable with their demands in order for the move to go through.

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