Sarpreet Singh was left on the bench at the opening of Bayern Munich.
The next arrival of Bayern Munich could encounter Sarpreet Singh from the squad of the matchday.
The Kiwi was an unused substitute when Bayern played at the beginning of the Bundesliga season with a 2-2 draw against Hertha Berlin signing Brazilian international Philippe Coutinho for a year.
"I can confirm that [club chairman] Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and I have been in Barcelona this week and have reached a consensus with FC Barcelona, the player and the agent, we had very good talks and I want to also thank FC Barcelona, "said Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic to the station ZDF.
"Of course there are still a few details to clarify, the medical and the signature, but we are very happy that we can get this player to Bayern."
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Barcelona's director of institutional relations, Guillermo Amor, Earlier it was said that there was "a first agreement" for the transfer, which, however, was not yet completed had been.
Cupid spoke before Barcelona lost 1-0 to their opening match at Athletic Bilbao.
The 27-year-old Coutinho was not included in the squad.
Coutinho did not live up to expectations after joining Barcelona in 2017 for a record € 160 million ($ 276 million) transfer from Liverpool.