​Manchester City winger Leroy Sane is not believed to have suffered a serious injury after being substituted in the Community Shield win over Liverpool. However, rumours of a move to Bayern Munich are continuing apace. 

The 23-year-old German came off injured in Sunday's season opener and was replaced by Gabriel Jesus replaced Sane just 11 minutes into the game, after clashing with Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold early on.

However, speaking after the game, manager Pep Guardiola gave a positive injury update on Sane, saying (via ​​​​Sky Sports): “The first impression was not good, but I think it is not bad. I'm waiting for what the doctors say, but I think he's fine.”

Leroy Sane,Trent Alexander-Arnold

The injury scare has prompted speculation over Sane's immediate future, with the star rumoured to be keen on a return to his native Germany with Bayern Munich.

As reported by Sky in Germany, Sane has finally agreed a contract with ​Bayern, though the move has not yet been finalised. The talks between the two clubs are will be crucial in deciding his future, as Sane is set to earn €18m a year should he join the Bavarians.

With the Bundesliga transfer window open until 2 September, the German champions are inching closer to successfully completing their pursuit of Sane. However, they will need to find a compromise with City over the winger price tag after baulking at the Premier League champion's £137m valuation.

Sane has been linked with a move back to the ​Bundesliga for months, making 57 appearances for ​Schalke before joining ​Manchester City. The winger played in the German top flight for two years before moving to Manchester, where he has spent the last three seasons.

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Bayern are prioritising Sane as a key transfer, as they look to strengthen their squad before the start of the Bundesliga season. Die Roten began their domestic campaign in the worse way possible, as they lost 2-0 to bitter rivals Borussia Dortmund in the Supercup on Saturday.

Meanwhile, without Sane for most of the game City beat Liverpool at Wembley on Sunday, triumphing 5-4 on penalties after they drew 1-1 in normal time. It is the Citizens’ second consecutive Community Shield triumph, with their victory meaning that they have won all five of the last domestic trophies on offer.