The soap opera about the future of Brazilian Thiago Alcântara continues. This time, Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick said the midfielder has the go-ahead to sign with Premier League champion Liverpool. However, the Reds will have to pay £ 27 million, which the Bavarian team is asking for.

During the past few months, Liverpool and Thiago continue to negotiate and it seems that the signing of the new contract should happen in the coming days. He has a contract until June 2021, and Bayern intends to negotiate the player not to lose him for free to another rival in January next year. With that, the club’s CEO, Rummenigge, said that the midfielder intends to leave the Bavarian team.

Formed in the basic divisions of Barcelona, the Brazilian naturalized Spanish transferred to Bayern Munich in 2013. In the Bavarian team, he participated in the conquests of seven German Championships, three German Cups and one FIFA Club World Cup. In all, there were 231 matches with 31 goals and 37 assists with the Bavarians’ shirt.