According to a report from German newspaper Bild via AS, Bayern Munich are reportedly monitoring Real Sociedad winger and previous Manchester City reported target Oyarzabal amid a potential January swoop – prompting some Sky Blues supporters to insist that the Bavarian club snap up the winger in place of long time target Leroy Sane.
Bayern have been linked with a move for City star Sane since the summer but now supporters have made a last-ditch effort to sway the German giants from trying to prise the winger away from Manchester. Fans, replying to a post from Man City Xtra, have attempted to pull the wool over Bayern’s eyes by claiming Oyarzabal is a better fit for them. When comparing their stats, it’s clear Sane has the edge over the Spaniard – amassing more dribbles per game (1.8) and registering more goals and assists from the wing last season – even with Oyarzabal’s impressive 13 strikes and two assists during the 2018/2019 season, as per WhoScored.com.
Despite this, City supporters have still attempted to deceive Bayern into taking Oyarzabal instead – here’s what they had to say on Twitter.
Yea @FCBayern this lad is miles above Sane!!
Sign him up and forget abt that overrated Speed merchant🌚🌚🌚
— G.O.A.T🐐🇯🇲 ✤ ➐ (@neildon007) January 9, 2020
Bayern should definitely sign him, an upgrade to Sanè
— The Don (@Tshiamomrg) January 9, 2020
Oh yes Bayern this guy is the next best thing buy him
— Warren 🎒 (@wodukoya1) January 9, 2020
@FCBayern seen this guy and I can confirm he’s better than sane sign him up
— CITY (@KDB_Mcfc17) January 9, 2020
You couldn’t write this 😂 yes bayern this guy is so much better than that generational talent we have
— Lewis KP (@LewisK_96) January 9, 2020
He’s much better than sane and cheaper pls sign him bayern
— Abdullah Zaman (@abdullahZ2004) January 10, 2020
Bayern need to get in quick and snap him up!
— Paul D (@PaulDee9) January 9, 2020
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