FC Bayern throws transfer plans over the pile
NOT makes makes inventive: because none of the desired candidates is available, FC Bayern allegedly changes its transfer plans. User could be at the end, among other things, the BVB.
After the announced change from Niklas Süle to BVB became and becomes a device, who takes over the post of the national player in the internal defense of FC Bayern for the coming season. The “Sport Image Image” wants to know the (quite a surprising) answer.
According to the magazine, the Munich has thrown their original plans over the pile and will now not undertake external candidates. This decision was brought internally, it says.
Instead, the solution should come out of its own ranks. Fortan, or from summer, Benjamin Pavard is scheduled as another central defender. A position on which the Frenchman sees himself long. He made his desire for a change of position even in the past year. Now the club will seem to comply with this concern.
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FC Bayern has not really been able to make friends with the idea of a Pavard offset for a long time. Therefore, the market was also thoroughly researched for a new interior backing. But ultimately, the Munich did not find the solution that she wanted.
Antonio Rüdiger was not only expensive to the club, but also too old with his 29 years. Gladbach’s Matthias Ginter was regarded according to “Sport Images picture” rather than “squad – because regular players”. And wunling solution Andreas Christensen not only demanded a lush salary, but tended from the beginning to a change to FC Barcelona.
Nei-national player Nico Schlotterbeck is also intended to play a role in the considerations of Bayern. But also this plan has discarded the club according to “Sport Image Image”. The alleged reason: He is not the hoped for immediate aid at top level.
At BVB you should see it differently. The Dortmund also strives for a commitment of the Freiburg – and have now lost their perhaps largest competitors in the fight for signature Schlotterbeck’s.