The Bavarians will mean business when it comes to plotting the next season, even if that means having to part ways with some of their top footballers.

Reports keep coming in from Germany about new moves involving Bayern München players. This time, three footballers have been added to the rumor mill ahead of a busy summer for the Bavarian side.

According to an article by German newspaper Bild, the club have identified their attack as a position where they will need reinforcements. Nevertheless, the club need to sell footballers before they can attract new talent, which will see them looking to offload three members of their attacking unit.

The players in question are Sadio Mané, Leroy Sané, and Serge Gnabry. While Mané was expected to be let go after his public row with Sané in the team's loss to Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League, this is the first time in which Sané and Gnabry are mentioned as possible transfers out of the German champions.

The report in the German media outlet suggests that Sané's future has been sealed since he has not had a positive impact for the team since his arrival, and the club's bosses feel it is time to part ways with him.

On the other hand, Serge Gnabry has been mentioned due to his lack of interest in signing a contract extension that would keep him around beyond 2026, when his current deal expires. Gnabry scored fourteen goals during the 2022-23 season, but Bayern officers believe there could be tempting offers for his services, which is why they have decided to listen to potential bids.

Meanwhile, Sadio Mané is reportedly determined to leave the club after a disappointing first season. The Senegalese ace is still a top-rated footballer in the Premier League, which is seen by Bild as his best choice to leave the club, with other reports adding that a return to play for Liverpool could be feasible. It is yet to be seen if the Reds would be open to such a move, but Mané's hours at Allianz Arena seem to be numbered after a poor campaign with Die Roten.

This could turn out to be a busy summer for Bayern. Added to these names, reports have also hinted that the club could undergo a massive overhaul in defense, with up to five backline players on the exit ramp.