Benfica's chairman Luis Filipe Vieira will try to bring Renato Sanches back on Estadio da Luz.
At the start of the week, Bayern president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge admitted that the first year was disappointing for both sides and was willing to allow the Portuguese to be loaned to another club. The president of Benfica, Luís Filipe Vieira, wants to convince the 2016 European Champion to return to the capital of Portugal, as he claims it is the best solution for the young man and the chance for his re-development.
Renato Sanches went to the Munich team after his successful European Championships in France. The Bavarians have paid 35 million euros for a nineteen-year-old, but with additional records, the figure could rise to 80 million. The five million euros Benfica will receive for every 25 official meetings that the Portuguese will play in the colors of the German champion until the sum is increased to 25 million euros. The next bonuses are about finding a young man in the 11th FIFA Year and receiving a Golden Ball nomination. Each of the above awards for a nineteen year old will cost 10 million euros.
No wonder Benfica is keen on the development of Renato Sanches and want to bring him to them for the next season. Last year, the midfielder played in exactly 25 matches on all fronts, so a first €5 million transfer should be sent to the Eagles' account.