Bayern Munich striker Sandro Wagner is on the verge of leaving the German giants for the Chinese Super League. According to reports in Germany the target man has been in talks with Tianjin Teda and could sign a two-year deal worth €15m.
The report also claimed that Bayern have agreed the forward to discuss personal terms. In China Wagner could be working under German manager Uli Stielike. The 31-year-old Wagner joined Bayern Munich last year from Hoffenheim to serve as a back-up for Robert Lewandowski.
Under former boss Yupp Heynckes Wagner was considered a first team player and he scored eight goals for the German giants in 14 Bundesliga appearances. This season the forward has been struggling in the first team and he has failed to score a goal in the Bundesliga so far.