Bayern has signed the Croatian Vice World Champion Ivan Perisic. The German football champion lends the 30-year-old attacker for a season of Inter Milan and then has the opportunity to firm commitment. The Munich confirmed after the striker had passed the medical check the day before.
Because Bayern's defensive player Leroy Sané of Manchester City had recently injured the cruciate ligament, coach Niko Kovac needed an alternative on offense.
Financial details about Perisic did not make the club public. According to reports, the Croatian costs about five million euros in lending fee, with a fixed commitment of actually still 2022 to Inter bound professionals would come to 20 million euros.
Perisic was a wish of head coach Niko Kovac, who knows him from his time as national coach. The pro himself returns to the Bundesliga, where he already played for Borussia Dortmund (2011-12) and VfL Wolfsburg (2013-15). The Croat is the fourth new signing Bayern for the upcoming season after the French World Champion defenders Lucas Hernandez and Benjamin Pavard and youngster attacker Fiete Arp. He could play on Friday for the Bundesliga start against Hertha BSC.