FORMER Swansea flop Renato Sanches has issued a come-and-get-me plea, revealing he is “not happy” at Bayern.
The Manchester United transfer target had a solid start to the season, but has fallen down the pecking order at Allianz Arena.
Sanches, 21, was on his way out of Allianz Arena after two disastrous years following his mega-money move from Benfica.
He failed to live up to the hype in Germany after sensationally breaking into the Portugal squad and triumphing at Euro 2016 alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.
Sanches was offered an escape route by Swansea last season, but disappointed in Wales and was sent back to Bayern two months ahead of the schedule with the Swans nearing relegation.
But he seemed to have rejuvenated his career earlier this season after Niko Kovac took over in Munich.
The midfield powerhouse even scooped the September player of the month award, proving he could have been written off by some fans too soon.
However, with the turn of the year, his career seems to have hit yet another snag and the Portuguese is now desperate to leave Bavaria in search of more playing time.
He told Kicker: “I’m not happy here. I work a lot, but I’m not allowed to play.”
“I want to play more, maybe at a different club, I have to worry about that.”
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Sanches has played in 21 games for Bayern this season, playing a full 90 minutes in just four of them.
But when Paris Saint-Germain came knocking with a £20m offer for the Portuguese ace in January, the German giants decided against selling him.
Sanches now hopes he will be able to end his Bundesliga nightmare in the summer, with United showing an interest in the midfielder in the past.