By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Bayern updates: Rangers and FCB have arrangement in place for Tillman, Napoli president says Osimhen is staying put

Glasgow Rangers head-coach Michael Beale has publicly stated that FC Bayern München and the Scottish side have reached an agreement that will keep the German-American attacker playing in Glasgow if he so desires. 

In other Bayern-related transfer news, Napoli President Aurelio de Laurentiis has declared that FCB transfer target Victor Osimhen will not be sold this summer. 
Glasgow Rangers gaffer Michael Beale, as quoted by the BBC, claims that FC Bayern München and his club have reached an agreement that will keep Malik Tillman in Glasgow if the 20-year-old wishes to carry on there. It remains unclear as to whether Bayern will allow Rangers to pull their purchase option on the German-American forward or if another loan deal has been negotiated.

Tillman would have to extend his current contract - which only runs through the end of next season - with Bayern if another loan is to be arranged. The youngster himself may even want to return to Bavaria and compete for playing time as Bayern seek to re-rebuild their striking corps ahead of next season. Tillman has scored 12 goals and chipped in five assists across all competitions this year for his Scottish side.

It increasingly looks to be the case that S.S.C. Napoli striker Victor Osimhen - a former VfL Wolfsburg player - will be headed back up north to Germany or indeed anywhere else. FCB trainer Thomas Tuchel noted that his staff and the club administrative team weren't truly pursuing the 24-year-old at a presser this week.

Napoli President Aurelio de Laurentiis, meanwhile, has stressed that the key player of the newly crowned Serie A Champions won't be sold in the coming offseason. The leading goal-scorer of the Scudetto winners is being chased by half of Europe, but still has a contract with "I Partenopei" good through 2025. The €100-million valued goal-machine is rumored not to have an exit clause in his current deal.

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