KYLE WALKER has upset the Bayern Munich dressing room – even before he’s joined them.
The German champions have reportedly ruffled the feathers of senior players by offering the Manchester City right-back better terms than their current over-30s.
GettyMan City’s five-time Prem winner Kyle Walker is said to have frustrated some of Bayern Munich’s most senior players[/caption]
Walker, 33, has yet to finalise a £15million move to Thomas Tuchel’s Bundesliga champions.
But it’s understood the 76-cap Englishman has reached agreement on personal terms.
He’s tipped to land a two-year contract with the option of another 12 months.
That’s despite Bayern having a policy of limiting players over 30 to one-year deals.
It’s claimed that’s been a thorny issue as Germany legends Muller and Neuer try to negotiate new contracts beyond 2024.
The 117-cap stopper faces a fight to regain his No 1 sport after breaking a leg while skiing last winter.
Bayern brought in Yann Sommer to replace Neuer but the German has turbo-charged his attempt to return to peak fitness by training on his own before pre-season.
And Muller remains an influential player, having bagged a brace when Bayern beat Borussia Dortmund 4-2 in April as they powered their way back to the title.
The attacking midfielder has helped his club lift 12 Bundesliga crowns, one more than Neuer.
They’ve both also won the Champions League twice.
Meanwhile, five-time Premier League winner Walker rounded off his glorious Etihad CV with last season’s Treble.
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