Bayern Munich 'weighing up £26m move for Stuttgart Sasa Kalajdzic' who is 'unlikely' to stay put
Sasa Kalajdzic is unlikely to stay at Stuttgart this summer, their sporting director has revealed. The 24-year-old striker has 24 goals in 57 appearances for the club, but interest from Bayern Munich may spell an end to his time with the Swabians. Kalajdzic has spent three years with Stuttgart, gaining promotion to the Bundesliga in his first season before surviving two relegation battles. Sasa Kalajdzic has scored 24 goals in 57 games for VFB Stuttgart since signing in 2019 He scored a vital opener against FC Koln on the final day of the season to keep Stuttgart out of the relegation play-off on goal difference.
Standing at 6ft 7in, Kalajdzic has understandably been compared to former striker and Sportsmail columnist Peter Crouch. 'It would be outstanding if we could keep him as a player and as a person. 'Sasa showed last season, in the second half of the season and at the European Championship, that he is one of the absolute top central strikers in Europe. Stuttgart's sporting director Sven Mislintat said its unlikely that Kalajdzic will stay at the club Asked if Kalajdzic could make it at a big club, Mslintat said 'Of course.
The Austrian forward is valued at around £26m with one year left on his contract, Goal reported on Thursday. Bayern Munich recently won their 10th consecutive Bundesliga title thanks to 35 goals in 34 games for the ever-prolific Lewandowski. The Polish striker is 33, though, and in time Kalajdzic could make an excellent replacement.
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