Bayern Munich willing to spend €100m for a single player if required during transfer window
Bayern Munich's current transfer record is €39.9 million for Javi Martinez in 2012
Berlin, March 31 Bayern Munich can afford to spend a sum of a whopping €100 million euro ($108.5m) to buy a single player at the end-of-season transfers, the German football club's finance director Jan-Christian Dreesen has said.
"It's possible for us to spend €100 million on a player," said Dreesen on Monday, reports Xinhua.
"It may not come true but I don't want to correct my own words at some point in the future."
Bayern made a German record by signing midfielder Javi Martinez from Atletico Bilbao shelling out €39.9 million in 2012.
Real Madrid set a spending world record in 2013, when the Spanish football club signed Gareth Bale from English side Tottenham Hotspur with reported €100 million.