The 27-year-old was unable to participate in his team’s training sessions last week during the international break because of his long-distance relationship with American model Candice Brook.
Sane was visiting his partner and kids in England, according to German news outlet Bild, after being left out of Hansi Flick’s Germany squad.
Brook allegedly ‘no longer wanted to live in Germany’ and returned to England, splitting her time between London and Manchester, where Sane previously played for Pep Guardiola’s City before joining Bayern.
Sane’s difficult family circumstances have caused him to commute back and forth between the two nations on a frequent basis.
Arsenal might take advantage of his predicament to reignite their interest in the winger.
Sane to join Arsenal?
Sane was rumored to be moving to the Emirates before the World Cup as Mikel Arteta looked for a new wide player to lighten the load on Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli.
The Gunners reportedly asked about the player’s availability. Sane departing in the middle of the season was not acceptable to Bayern, on the other hand.
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Leandro Trossard, who has had an immediate impact in north London, was instead signed by Arteta.
A top-four finish is all but assured, despite reports that the Arsenal boss is eager to add a new winger to his roster this summer in order to help his team manage a hectic European calendar the following season.
The Premier League leaders reportedly have a long-term solution for Sane to rejoin with his family in London, which might reignite their interest in him.
Bild claims that the winger, who is alone in Munich without his family, is also unable to dwell there because his house is being restored.
Bayern might decide to offload him in the summer as a result of his goal drought. Since the World Cup, Sane has had difficulty contributing, scoring just three goals since his return from Qatar.
“I felt like the addition of people like Zinchenko and Gabby Jesus transformed the atmosphere completely. They have experience and understand what it’s like to win things.
“I’d argue that they two are mostly responsible for the title challenge because of their mentality, which was beyond description. At the end of the season, we all have the same goal in mind.
We obviously aren’t discussing it since anything could occur. By the end of the season, I hope we can all be extremely content.
The Premier League match between Arsenal and Leeds will take place this weekend at the Emirates Stadium. Arteta’s club presently leads City by eight points in the standings, but City has a game left to play that might close the difference to five points before their crucial showdown at the Etihad Stadium later this year.