Bayern Munich have secured an agreement to acquire Spanish winger Bryan Zaragoza from La Liga's Granada in the upcoming summer, as announced by the German champions on Wednesday.
The agreed-upon transfer fee for the 22-year-old stands at a reported 15 million euros ($16 million), with Zaragoza set to sign a five-year contract, extending until 2029.
Christoph Freund, Bayern's sporting director, expressed enthusiasm about the acquisition, stating, "Bryan is one of Spain's up-and-coming players and has been on our radar for a while. He'll increase our attacking options." Freund wished Zaragoza success for the remainder of the season with Granada and anticipated his arrival at Bayern in the summer.
Zaragoza has demonstrated his prowess by scoring five goals and providing two assists in 14 league appearances this season, including a notable double in the 2-2 draw against Barcelona in October.
Furthermore, he made his debut for the Spanish national team in the same month, contributing as a substitute in a 2-0 victory over Scotland.
Having progressed through Granada's youth system, Zaragoza has amassed 51 senior appearances for the club, showcasing his skills with a total of 10 goals.