Bayern Munich have reached a verbal agreement with Kyle Walker ahead of a move from Manchester City this summer.
Walker, 33, has said yes to a two-year contract with the option of a third year up until June 2026 according to German reporter Florian Plettenberg.
❗️Excl. News #Walker: Bayern have reached a total verbal agreement NOW! Walker, ready to sign for FC Bayern as he said YES today!
Now, Bayern has to find an agreement with ManCity. #MCFC
— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) July 14, 2023
Kyle Walker set for Bundesliga champions
Walker has spent six years at the Etihad Stadium since his arrival for $60m from Tottenham Hotspur in 2017 and has won 14 major trophies during an extremely successful stint at the Cityzens.
The England international will inform manager Pep Guardiola that he will not extend his contract at City today with the Bavarians set to offer a fee of up to $19.7m for the veteran full-back who only has 12 months left on his current deal.
A deal is yet to be completed, with a fee still yet to be agreed between the two clubs, but a potential move is moving closer. If Walker were to leave this summer, it would leave 18-year-old Rico Lewis as City’s only recognized natural right-back.