Bayern director: We have not decided on the future of Perisic
Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has claimed that no final decision has yet been made on what will happen to Perisic.
The Croatian winger, Perisic has returned from injury and will be available for coach Hansi Flick for the remaining matches. Until the end of this season in the Bundesliga.
However, its future remains uncertain. Inter and Bayern agreed last summer that Perisic will spend the 2019/19 season on loan at Bayern. While the German club has the option to buy him for 20 million euros this summer.
However, the executive director of Bayern has announced that the German giant has not yet decided whether to keep the Croatian in the team.
“It simply came to our notice then. “Perisic has returned recently, after injuring his leg.” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“But I have a very social agreement with Inter’s chief executive Beppe Marotta. So let’s see after he has played in a few games, then we can talk.”
“Even the player himself wants to know where he will play. It has not been decided yet. ”
Perisic, who moved to Italy from Wolfsburg in August 2015, has scored four goals in 16 Bundesliga games this season after returning to Germany.