Bayern Munich are apparently in talks to sign David de Gea for free, but they have one major issue.
De Gea left Manchester United this summer after 12 years and 545 appearances, breaking the club’s clean sheet record.
United chose Andre Onana over the 32-year-old, who earned £375,000 a week.
De Gea is still without a club, but Saudi Arabian teams have been spending big this summer to lure elite players from Europe to the Middle East.
De Gea rejected Saudi interest and Inter Milan, preferring a return to La Liga.
Real Madrid signed Kepa Arrizabalaga on loan from Chelsea after manager Carlo Ancelotti rejected De Gea.
Bayern Munich, the German champions, covet De Gea, but his wage demands are too exorbitant, according to sources.
Bayern want to agree with De Gea this week after talks are underway.
Bayern are interested in Bono, a goalkeeper from Sevilla, to replace Manuel Neuer.
Bayern recently signed Tottenham captain Harry Kane.