By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Multiple sources: Zaragoza headed to Munich for Thursday medical

Italian transfer guru Fabrizio Romano and his German counterpart Florian Plettenberg of Sky Germany now both confirm reports that FC Bayern München have worked out a deal to bring Spanish winger Bryan Zaragoza to the Bundesliga ahead of schedule. 
FC Bayern München have apparently worked out a deal to bring FC Granada winger Bryan Zaragoza to the club six months ahead of schedule. Italian transfer guru Fabrizio Romano and his German counterpart Florian Plettenberg of Sky Germany report that the 22-year-old's Spanish club have given the youngster the green light after Bayern agreed to pay an additional €3 million to bring him in immediately.

Zaragoza is urgently needed after a serious injury to Kingsley Coman leaves Thomas Tuchel's roster understaffed on the flanks. Reports on the actual amount of money Bayern have agreed to tender to the La Liga side vary, but all sources confirm that the newly-capped Spanish international will travel to Munich tomorrow. Pending a passed medical, he should be introduced as a deadline day signing.

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