Bayern Munich are set to lure another teenager from the Premier League for a reported fee of £10M from Manchester city

Bayern Munich have showed interest on signing the Wales international teenager Rabbi Matonda on a reported fee of £10M.

The transfer of the Wales international striker may become reality after the youngster refused to sign a contract extension after he was offered a new contract.

Bayern Munich have continued hunting for young players whose role is upfront as there attackers are all aging.

The German champions have made the signing of young players their priority as they hope to prepare ahead for the future.

Motando may leave Manchester city if the deal is agreed between the two clubs and if it works out, Motando will follow the lead of Sancho who left the club for Borussia Dortmund.

Bayern Munich continued their hunt for young strikers even as Chelsea are yet to agree on the transfer of Hudson-Odoi.

The blues are trying to add a buy-back clause in the transfer of Hudson-Odoi. – The Sun