Chelsea FC knows the competitors in the landscape, but the club is still hoping it can land Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski.
FC Barcelona appears to be Lewandowski’s first-choice destination, while Paris Saint-Germain’s deep pockets could make the French club a tempting stop on the Poland international career path.
However, Chelsea want to be a bigger player in the game for Lewandowski:
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— Christian Falk (@cfbayern) 16 June 2022
There is word on the street that Lewandowski’s wife, Anna, is not keen on moving to England. Meanwhile, his former agent speculated that the striker does not want to move to the Premier League where he may not be as successful.
Does it matter? We may find out if FC Barcelona can’t make an acceptable bid.
Former Bayern Munich midfielder Corentin Tolisso is reportedly being loved by Real Madrid, Olympiad Lyon, Manchester United and Arsenal FC
Real Madrid are reportedly interested in signing Bayern Munich midfielder Corentin Tolisso this summer. The 27-year-old has fallen pecking order with the German giants and is now set to leave the club when his contract expires at the end of this month.
According to Fichajes, Los Blancos boss Carlo Ancelotti – who managed Tolisso during his time at Bayern – is keen to rejoin the Frenchman at the Santiago Bernabeu this summer. Reports say Real Madrid could face competition from Tolisso’s former club Lyon, who are desperate to bring the midfielder back to France on a free transfer. Tolisso has also been linked with the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal after admitting earlier this month that he would like to test himself in England.
If Tolisso can stay healthy, a club is about to get an absolute gem. Unfortunately, staying out of the trainer’s room has been the issue.
For anyone troubled by Germany’s recent performances, former Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick had a way of making people feel a little more reassured.
Germany beat Italy 5-2 in a match that wasn’t really even that close.
crew He was dominant from the beginning and never gave up. Here’s what we have for this episode:
- Let’s take a look at how the score fell.
- What looked different for Germany in this match than in the last few matches.
- The offensive was carried out by Timo Werner, Thomas Müller and others.
- Good performance from the outside back of the team.
- Why does Leroy Sane need to hold some kind of brake to get back into gear.
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Liverpool have been urged to get serious about the rumor of Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry:
Former Liverpool right-back Glen Johnson has urged the Reds to make a move for Bayern Munich winger Serge Gnabry.
Liverpool have been linked with a summer move for the 26-year-old. Gnabry’s contract doesn’t expire until June 2023. The current market value of the forward is £58.50 million. Johnson believes signing Gnabry would be “smart business” by Liverpool.
As quoted by Anfield Watch on Twitter, he told bettingodds.com the following: “I really like him. I believe this is a deal that Liverpool will take more seriously because of the price and his age.” This move will further stick to their norms. That is smart business.”
It appears that Jurgen Klopp is the type of manager who can find a way to make the most of Gnabry. For the Bayern Munich winger, it looks like Sadio Mane’s imminent arrival at Sabner Strae could be enough to prompt Gnabry to seek employment elsewhere.
Bayern Munich youth and USMNT attacker Malik Tillman could soon be on his way to a loan assignment at the designated destination:
Bayern coach hangs equally short on Malik Tillman. Clubs and players also agree that he needs more playing practice and should be loaned this summer. German-American advisors are currently considering several options at home and abroad, there is no trend yet.
Climbing into the rotation at Bayern Munich seems like a long task for Tillman at the moment, so debt won’t be the worst thing.
Former Bayern Munich treble-winner Alvaro Odriozola is back at Real Madrid after being on loan at Fiorentina. Now, there could be a bigger role with Odriozola blondes,
Bayern Flop (Editor’s Note: Flop? How dare you sir or madam?) lvaro Odriozola has returned to Real Madrid after being loaned by AC Fiorentina. The 26-year-old right-back from San Sebastian has a contract blondes He will not be loaned for a third time until 2024 and for the next season, but should act as a backup for injury-stricken Dani Carvajal.
Real coach Carlo Ancelotti often had to use right winger Lucas Vazquez in the back right in 2021/22, which the Italian did not like so much, which is why Odriozola has to take over from now on, reports the Spanish newspaper AS.
The good thing about Odriozola is his speed on the wing and his superior defensive play, as seen in Serie A last season. Also, he has recently followed a special diet and fitness plan, so the right-back sees himself well prepared for the challenge at Real. In 2018, Madrillanion put a proud 30 million euro on the table for the Spanish international, who also played at the World Cup in Russia. Maybe he can justify the price in 2022/23?
Bayern Munich midfielder Mark Roca could officially sign with Leeds United earlier today, but he could also have some Bundesliga company – RB Leipzig and USMNT midfielder Tyle Adams:
Tyler Adams is likely to leave RB Leipzig this summer amid speculation of a move to Leeds United, according to Fabrizio Romano – one of several teams ‘exploring the possibility’. Adams has been linked with a move to land Road after falling down the pecking order at his current club, and the 23-year-old has been ‘associated’ with the whites on several occasions.
Adams has attracted interest from Sevilla and Benfica across Europe, but may prefer to reunite with Jesse Marsh, who gave Adams his professional debut for New York Red Bull in 2015. The Whites boss is keen to strengthen the midfield area, and is looking to add further reinforcements following the imminent signing of Bayern Munich midfielder Mark Roca.
To me, a move for Adams might be a bit redundant as both players are primarily known as defensive midfielders. If both players move to Leeds United, it will be interesting to see how it all pans out. do they play together? Does anyone win a permanent job?