According to reports from Sky in Germany, Kyle Walker, the Manchester City defender, has reached a verbal agreement to join Bayern Munich during the upcoming summer transfer window.
Walker has reportedly accepted a three-year contract offered by Bayern Munich, which will result in his move from Manchester City to the Allianz Arena. If the deal goes through, Walker is expected to remain at Bayern until 2026.
However, before the transfer can be finalized, Bayern Munich will need to negotiate and come to an agreement with Manchester City regarding Walker’s signature.
Having joined Manchester City from Tottenham Hotspur in 2017 under the management of Pep Guardiola, the 33-year-old Walker played a crucial role for the team in the previous season, contributing significantly to their victories in the Champions League, Premier League, and the FA Cup.