After negotiating with Chelsea for much of the past week or two, the Bavarians have finally met the club's asking price for 18-year-old winger Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Asked whether joining Bayern would be a good move for Hudson-Odoi, Sarri replied: "I don't think so, because he is an English player".
The Bundesliga side reportedly matched the Blues' £35 million valuation of the player on Tuesday afternoon with their fourth bid, which doesn't include a buy-back clause, but it isn't yet known whether it's been accepted.
Mousa Dembele is not involved for Tottenham amid reports Chinese Super League team Beijing Guoan are poised to move for the Belgium global.
'He played like a player of 25 or 26 years. "I don't know the situation with the club, but for me he is an important player". He is improving and I am very happy with him.
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Both delegations are refusing to give reasons for the extension and they are also keeping details very close to their chests. Kaplan, Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy Steven Winberg, and Under Secretary for International Affairs David Malpass.
The report indicates that Hudson-Odoi's representatives have already held talks with Juve, though the Wandsworth-born ace would prefer to join the German champions if he is given the choice.
He's just breaking into the starting 11 at Chelsea and could realistically hold a place for many years to come - but a move to Germany is very tempting to say the least.
And Salihamidzic has confirmed that the club are keen on signing the winger, telling reporters at Bayern's winter training camp in Doha: "He's a very interesting player that we absolutely want to sign". Very good defensive phase, but very good'. "Some times he will be on the bench but I think I can start to consider him on the same level as Willian and Pedro".
Hudson-Odoi has 18 months remaining on his current deal and Bayern are prepared to pay Chelsea more than the £31million Southampton received for Luke Shaw from Manchester United in 2014.