After weeks of speculation, could Serge Gnabry end up staying at Bayern Munich? Reports from Spain indicate the German international could end up staying:
Serge Gnabry is reportedly prioritizing signing a new contract with Bayern Munich amid huge interest from Real Madrid this summer.
According to AS, Serge Gnabry is keen to sign a new contract with Bayern Munich, despite attracting huge transfer interest from reigning Spanish and European champions Real Madrid.
Gnabry, for his part, was believed to prioritize a transfer to Real Madrid. However, according to AS’s latest report, the 26-year-old is believed to be comfortable at Bayern Munich and would like to continue at the Allianz Arena beyond this summer.
Indeed, the report claims that Gnabry has made signing a new contract with the German Bundesliga champions his top priority. There had been talk that the German international was not happy with the salary offered by Bayern, but this is not the case. And once the winger returns from his holiday, discussions about an extension are likely to resume, which will deal a serious blow to Real Madrid.
Gnabry’s situation is fascinating in many ways. Bayern Munich have a plethora of attacking options and whatever formation Julian Nagelsmann deploys will have a direct impact on where Gnabry plays and how much too.
I seriously doubt Nagelsmann can keep all that talent happy. I also have doubts that he can successfully integrate younger players into the squad when there are so many viable attacking options internally.
The boss has a lot of work ahead of him.
To know Bayern Munich star Thomas Müller is to know that he likes to have fun.
A lot of that.
If you missed this replay he gave on Twitter, check it out:
Müller is a golf aficionado, but LAFC star Gareth Bale is known for his golf prowess and the perception by some (many?) that he prefers to play golf over soccer.
Bale recently left Real Madrid for MLS, where he is expected to make a big impact.
However, he would still have carried it with Bayern Munich, even with an alleged golf addiction.
Could Chelsea FC and Manchester United compete for Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar? FC Barcelona is also supposed to compete for the Brazilian star:
Apparently, Paris Saint-Germain wants to get rid of superstar Neymar (30) this summer. The French media report unanimously.
The problem: According to ‘Goal’, the Brazilian is not thinking of leaving the Parisians. However, he must be aware that PSG probably no longer trust him and that in the end he will have no choice but to leave.
Consequently, there are currently only two options for Neymar: return to FC Barcelona or move to the Premier League. There were reports in England recently that Chelsea and Manchester United would try to sign the 30-year-old.
For the first time in a while, BFW is doing a three person show! Hasan Salihamidzic has been a perennial subject of controversy at Bayern Munich and with his contract set to expire next season we decided to delve into his background and what he has achieved in his tenure as sporting director. With the Sadio Mané saga fresh on everyone’s minds, it seemed like a good time to finally address this topic.
In this episode INNN, Tom and Schnitzel discuss:
- Our initial thoughts on Brazzo and how he has run his business at Bayern Munich.
- Does Brazzo deserve the criticism he gets for not extending certain contracts?
- Speaking of communication problems at Bayern, especially the Robert Lewandowski saga.
- The Niklas Sule incident: what happened there? Going through everything, from top to bottom.
- Review of Herbert Hainer and Oliver Kahn. How much of his failings is attributed to Brazzo?
- INNN tries to find some trading points for Brazzo. Perhaps he learned lessons from him this season?
- What happened between Hansi Flick and Brazzo?
- Final question: Has Brazzo won his contract extension yet? What else should he do? (The arguments follow…)
Holstein Kiel wants to move with Fiete Arp in terms of officially closing their deal. At this time, the club is seeking a waiver to buy a little more time to keep Arp training until July 3.
Both Arp and Holstein Kiel are awaiting the final touches for the paperwork of the agreement between Kiel and Bayern Munich:
Fiete Arp (22) is currently training again at Holstein Kiel and is now also expected to make a permanent move to the second division club. Until the end, however, the final confirmation was missing. “We are in intensive talks,” says Kiel sporting director Uwe Stöver, who would like the special permit currently valid until July 3 as a guest and training player for the striker to be extended if the termination agreement between Arp and FC Bayern has not yet been finalized. in place by then.
Liverpool reportedly feel confident they can land Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham:
According to The Sun, with Kalvin Phillips’ transfer to Manchester City recently finalized, Liverpool are confident this leaves an opportunity to sign Jude Bellingham.
Jurgen Klopp has reportedly singled him out as a target in 12 months’ time, while Man City boss Pep Guardiola has also shown admiration for the 18-year-old.
Pep hopes his recent signing Erling Haaland will persuade Bellingham to join him at the Etihad.
On the other hand, Liverpool are said to offer him guaranteed starts.
According to Ronan Murphy. however, it will take quite a bit of money to acquire Bellingham:
— Ronan Murphy (@swearimnotpaul) June 29, 2022
Former FC Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman wouldn’t search his pockets too hard for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski:
Timing is everything, right? If Lewandowski had wanted to move to FC Barcelona last season, Koeman could have given Barca his opinion that he would move to the Polish Hitman.