Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer says club will not splash the cash for new coach Julian Nagelsmann despite Champions League failure
Bayern Munich will not make any marquee signings this summer even after failing to go beyond the quarter-finals of the Champions League, president Herbert Hainer has said.The Bavarian giants are on the verge of retaining the title yet again and will clinch a ninth consecutive Bundesliga crown if they beat Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday.
since joining the Premier League club from Bayern Munich ahead of the campaign, but Klopp has defended the midfielder Jurgen Klopp believes that Liverpool are still yet to see the best of midfielder Thiago, who has made a stuttering start to life in the Premier League.The Spaniard joined the Reds from Bayern Munich ahead of this term, having won seven Bundesliga titles with the German giants.
The Bavarian side have been linked with some major moves, but will not splash the cash in the wake of a Covid-affected market this year Bayern Munich will "not make any expensive transfers" this summer, according to club president Herbert Hainer, amid rumours that the Bundesliga heavyweights could make a move for Inter star Achraf Hakimi.
Bayern Munich captain Lina Magull has criticised the dressing rooms at Chelsea's Kingsmeadow as "unprofessional" but added that it didn't factor into them losing 4-1 on the day in the Champions League semifinal.The German side travelled to Kingsmeadow in London with a 2-1 advantage over Chelsea after the first leg of their semifinal.
Bayern Munich urged to begin talks with Georginio Wijnaldum over a summer move by the Liverpool star's agent, with the Dutchman set to leave on a free when his contract runs out
Bayern Munich have been openly invited to make a bid for Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum in an extraordinary move by the player's agent.Wijnaldum is out of contract with the Reds in the summer and question marks over his future have dogged both player and club for several months.
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The Dutch midfielder is out of contract at Anfield this summer and he appears to be closer than ever to exiting the club this summer The agent of Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has appeared to confirm that the player will leave the club at the end of his contract this season.
Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski could be on the move this summer.Bayern Munich megastar Robert Lewandowski is apparently being looked at by both Chelsea and Manchester City this summer with a £60million transfer mooted.However, judging by his past comments on Pep Guardiola, there might not be much of a competition between the two clubs.
ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI could be 'tempted' into a move to Chelsea or Manchester City, according to reports.The Bayern Munich star is closing in on a number of records in Germany, and has previously hinted that he'll finish his career in Bavaria.But, with his contract set to have just two years remaining, the Pole is reportedly considering his options.
Robert Lewandowski has two years remaining on his Bayern Munich contract but is said to be undecided on his future beyond this summer Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has emerged as a transfer target for Champions League finalists Manchester City and Chelsea.A report in ESPN outlines the interest from both clubs amid the Poland international’s future at club level being uncertain, with a fee of €60million (£52million) said to be enough to open negotiations.
There is plenty of competition in the race for the Bayern Munich frontman.Manchester United have been told the price that it would take to bring Bayern Munich frontman Robert Lewandowski to Old Trafford this summer.According to reports, the Red Devils would have to fork out approximately £52million (€60m) to secure his signature.
The Netherlands international midfielder will see his current contract expire in the summer, with various landing spots now being mooted Georginio Wijnaldum's agent, Humphry Nijman, has left the door open for Bayern Munich to discuss a deal for the Liverpool midfielder.As things stand, the 30-year-old Netherlands international will be taking on a new challenge in the summer.
The Foals are aiming to boost their chances of qualifying for the Europa League when they travel to the Allianz Arena on Saturday Borussia Monchengladbach defender Ramy Bensebaini said they focused on getting a good result against Bayern Munich and not to stop their Bundesliga title party.With Champions League football written off for next season, Marco Rose's side currently occupy the seventh spot in the German top-flight standings and they are a point behind the Europa League qualifying spot.
The 20-year-old Canadian star has latched onto the rapidly growing financial market of virtual collectibles Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies has become the latest football player to participate in the world of digital collectibles bought and sold using cryptocurrency.The 20-year-old will release three pieces of virtual art in June through the soon-to-be-launched Binance Non-Fungible Token (NFT) marketplace.
Pep Guardiola would 'play 11 Iniestas if he could' but his evolution to a 'cautious' style with Manchester City is paying off, claims his former Bayern Munich captain Philipp Lahm
Philipp Lahm claims Pep Guardiola has become more 'cautious' as a manager since leaving Barcelona as the Spaniard stands on the brink of history with Manchester City.The Spanish manager, known for his tika-taka style of coaching, made a name for himself at Barcelona and won the treble with the Catalans in 2009 before winning the 2011 Champions League final.
David Alaba wants to 'leave my comfort zone' as he bows out at Bayern Munich after 13 trophy-laden seasons amid reports he is set to sign a five-year deal with Real Madrid
David Alaba has lifted the lid on his decision to walk away from Bayern Munich at the end of the season once his contract expires.The 28-year-old Austria defender is widely expected to join Real Madrid on a free transfer once the season is up but he has also been linked with Liverpool, Chelsea and Barcelona.
Not only have City reached the Champions League final, but they've gone and done so in a manner better than any other English side before them.Tuesday night will live long in the memory for many Manchester City fans, there’s little doubt about that.
Emma Hayes: Chelsea boss says winning is in the DNA of the club after historic week for men and women's teams
Emma Hayes credits Chelsea for strongly supporting both their men and women's sides after both make history to reach Champions League finals in same season; watch the Women's Football Show on Sky Sports Football at 6pm on Friday Chelsea Women boss Emma Hayes says winning is in the DNA of the club following a historic week where the men and women's sides both reached the final of their respective Champions League competitions.