Yann Sommer is indeed leaving Bayern. The 34-year-old Swiss international goalkeeper is leaving for Inter after only six months in Bavaria.
He had a medical at Lombardy on Monday, where he signed until June 2026.
Speculation about a new direction for Yann Sommer began long ago. After a disappointing season for Bayern despite a new league title, it was clear the Morges native would not honor a contract that runs until the summer of 2025.
Bayern Munich and Inter Milan have now reached the expected agreement. According to Italian and German media, the amount of the transfer fee is six million euros. At Milan, Sommer has been called upon to replace Cameroonian Andre Onana, who will replace Spaniard David de Gea at Manchester United.
the risk is too great
Yann Sommer, who left Monchengladbach after eight-and-a-half years for an eight-and-a-half-year transfer fee, has faced mounting criticism during his second half in the Bundesliga. As Manuel Neuer returned to action after recovering from a broken leg, his departure seemed inevitable.
The risk of running out of game time in Munich was too great for Yann Sommer, who had been the undisputed holder of the Swiss squad for some time. Number 2 in the Swiss hierarchy, Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Köbel could then lose that status to him. Less than a year out from the Euro, Yann Sommer has played it safe.