​Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has revealed that nothing has yet been decided in terms of bringing ​Manchester City winger Leroy Sane to the club, and said the club were ready to wait. 


​Sane has been linked with a move away from City after the German failed to stake a spot for himself in the starting lineup despite good performances. The winger had his most effective season in the previous campaign, having scored 16 goals in all competitions.


Rummenigge has been clear that the club are looking to sign the player for some time now, and the Bayern chairman has once again said that they are ​willing to wait for the player. 



Speaking to German newspaper Bild, Rummenigge said, “Nothing is ultimately decided in that matter. There will be a distance, sure. But that is not a problem."


“He (Sane) wanted to think about his future on holiday,” he added. “We have to wait and see if something moves on. We are ready. The transfer window is open until September 2. Nothing has been decided at all yet.” 


Bayern are looking for a winger considering the departure of Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery, with Sane their first choice. The Bundesliga champions are being linked with a move for Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele as well. 


Sane can certainly be a good replacement for the long-term for one of the two wingers that are leaving, but Bayern will not force a move considering they have already spent a lot of money in the current transfer window.