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Leroy Sane transfer to Bayern Munich backed by Germany boss Joachim LowGermany boss Joachim Low believes Leroy Sanes potential return to the Bundesliga would be a big boost for the league. The Manchester City winger has been heavily linked with a return to his homeland, with Bayern Munich identifying the Germany international as one of their leading targets. After failing to complete a move over the summer, Bayern are expected to reignite their interest a

nd reports in Germany have claimed that

Sane has told City he wants to join the German champions when the transfer window reopens in January. The 23-year-old last played in the Bundesliga with Schalke in 2016 and Low has welcomed the idea of him coming back to German

football. Hes got many special skills and a completely uniq

ue style of play. He would be an attraction for the Bundesliga, he said (via The Mail ) Joachim Low said he would like

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al ranking doesnt look too good because in recent years the league fell behind a bit. Sane could maintain the attractiveness of the Bundesliga. Bayern attempted to sign Sane from City during the summer transfer window, but th

eir hopes of completing a deal were ended when he su

ffered a serious knee injury in August. That setback saw the winger ruled out for seven months and he is not expected to feature until February at the earliest. Although a comeback still looks a long way off, City boss Pep Guardiola said the 23-year-old has stepped up his recovery by returning to training on Monday. Sane has been out since August with a serious knee injury (Image: Getty Images) Read MoreMirror Footballs Top StoriesTransfer News LIVESolskjaer confirms Sanchez u-turnKlopp to avoid

FA Cup backlashFA Cup fifth round draw in full “It’s the next step to get to the pitch and the next round will be to start training with us and be part of the training session,” he said ahead of Wednesdays Carabao Cup quarter-final against Oxford. “A full training session is incredibly good news for him and for all of us. “The process is getting perfect, no setbacks. I think he is physically strong, muscular, but he is recovering well. The next step is on the pitch and then the team, and always will be so happy when he is back.

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