The Brazilian defender is not happy with life at Bayern, but the German club may not agree to sell the player at a discount price
The Brazilian defender joined the Bavarian side from Sao Paulo in 2007 for €12 million, but has found playing opportunities very scarce at the club due to a string of injuries.
The South American club are keen to re-sign the stopper, who would have no qualms about returning to his former club after issuing several come-and-get-me pleas via Twitter.
Bayern Munich will reportedly convene on Friday to discuss Breno's future, but the player's agent is not too hopeful that a deal come will to fruition, as Sao Paulo are looking to secure a cut-price deal.
"I have no idea if Bayern will accept the offer. I do not know if the club who signed the player for €12m will sell him for €2m," Guilherme Miranda said.
However, both player and agent will be hopeful that having already added Rafinha to their defensive ranks, and with Jerome Boateng surely on his way, the German side can come to an agreement that suits all parties involved.