Bayern began chats with France worldwide’s agent over the course of the end of the week with respect to a late spring move.
Nonetheless, the center-back’s agent uncovered on Monday that no arrangement is yet set up and a few English groups stay keen on signing his client, who has a €42.5m (£37.45m) release clause in his agreement.
Bayern stays the lead to sign Upamecano, however, Rummenigge acknowledges that his side should initially see off some solid competition for the 22-year-old’s mark.
“There are two different clubs keen on Dayot,” he revealed to Sky Germany.
“At the point when clubs like Chelsea or Liverpool are keen on him, it shows what characteristics the player has.”
Bayern is apparently holding off from making an official offer for Upamecano until David Alaba affirms his expectation to leave on a free transfer in the summer.