Barcelona-linked Bryan Zaragoza’s situation at Bayern Munich reaching ‘crisis’ point

A fresh insight into the situation of Spanish international Bryan Zaragoza with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich has today been forthcoming online.

And the news points towards things continuing to go from bad to worse for the talented attacker.

Wide-man Zaragoza, for his part, secured a move to the Allianz Arena during the January transfer window, when the Bayern brass agreed to fork over an increased sum, to move his planned arrival from Granada forward by six months.

Safe to say, however, that the transfer has since not worked out as planned, for either party.

To date, the 22-year-old has been afforded just four Bundesliga appearances, for a grand total of 70 minutes.

Such woes have culminated in suggestions that Zaragoza could even be on the move in the summer, with Barcelona amongst a number of La Liga clubs keeping a close eye on the situation.

And such sides will no doubt be boosted in their hopes of striking a deal by the latest word stemming from Germany.

As per a report from Sport Bild (cited by Diario Sport), Zaragoza’s situation in Bavaria has reached ‘crisis’ point.

Tensions are mounting between the winger and head coach Thomas Tuchel, who opted to leave Zaragoza on the bench for the entirety of Bayern’s Bundesliga meeting with Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday.

The Spaniard, in turn, was the first member of Tuchel’s squad to depart the Allianz Arena, refusing to provide comments to the media on his way out of the stadium.

Conor Laird | GSFN

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