Daily Schmankerl: Bayern Munich had a hard time starting after Erling Haaland before moving to Manchester City; Tottenham Hotspur chase Serge Gnabry; FC Barcelona targets Liverpool’s Sadi Mane; Chelsea in attack on RB Leipzig; and more!

According to the Bild report, Bavaria Munich persecuted Borussia Dortmund star all the way to the bitter end when the Norwegian finally decided to join Manchester City:

As of Tuesday, it has finally become clear: Bundesliga superstar Erling Haaland (21) is moving from Dortmund to Manchester City! The English club will withdraw the release clause of 75 million euros plus bonuses, which was announced earlier.

BILD reveals: Bayern were still hoping for Haaland’s engagement until the weekend! The German champions at Haaland were much longer and more intense than everyone thought. Only last weekend, it was rumored that the Haaland side gave the final rejection to the sports director of Bavaria, Hasan Salihamidžić (45)! In addition, according to BILD, there has always been an intensive exchange between Bayern and Haaland. But in the end he was rejected.

Here I am … time makes sense based on previous reports. Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan “Brazzo” Salihamidzic commented over the weekend that his club would not be Haaland, but there was also an infamous meeting at Salihamidzic’s house last month.

There seems to have been at least some serious discussion about the move, but in the end the timing just wasn’t right. Robert Lewandowski will spend at least one more season in Bavaria and win place “9”:

Bayern are still very hot for Haaland until the end – Bayern super-striker Robert Lewandowski (33) should not like that at all. The courtship of the Dortmund stars and his extremely indecisive behavior at the same time as the Pole extended his contract with Bayern bothered him greatly. One of the main reasons why Lewandowski no longer feels fully appreciated at Bayern and he would like to leave the club this summer despite a contract until 2023. If the dream club Barcelona becomes serious, it will be exciting to see if Bayern will really stick to Lewandowski’s non-sale …

Tottenham Hotspur he could prepare to make a big offer for Serge Gnabry:

According to reports, Tottenham Hotspur have targeted a dream signing with Bayern Munich star Serge Gnabry this summer. The sensational Bundesliga striker, whose contract expired in 2023, was recently at the center of an exit report as his club still fail to agree terms on an extension.

As a result, Bayern is currently under some pressure and is facing the possibility of having to sell it to make money in the next transition period while I still can. Gnabry has no shortage of Premier League suitors, including the Spurs, and manager Antonio Conte personally has a serious interest in the former Arsenal ace. According to a report by The Daily Star, Conte is ‘pushing’ transfer boss Fabio Paratici and North London residents to ‘show a discounted price deal’ for the Bayern star given his contractual status.

Bavaria Munich will close the season with a game against Wolfsburg. For sure, the Bavarians will try to win three points and end a very good campaign – even if it brought only one trophy.

Here’s what we have in touch for the final review of the season:

  • A look at where each team is on the table and the newer form of each team.
  • A look at the talents on Wolfsburg’s list and thinking about why next season is likely to be good or a break for Florian Kohfeldt.
  • Guessing the formation and lineup of Julian Nagelsmann. With a few players infected or unavailable, we could get a strong dose of regular players on the team for at least the first 60 minutes of the game.
  • Match forecast.

Connections between Bayern Munich and Liverpool star Sadio Mane has been widely refuted, and Mane’s age (see below) could be the primary problem for this. regardless football club Barcelona it could be a club that is a more realistic option for a star striker. However, here is the feeling that he will eventually sign a contract with Liverpool anyway:

Liverpool should reportedly reopen contract negotiations with Sadi Mane, which is attracting a lot of interest from Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

According to GOAL, Liverpool plan to resume negotiations on a new contract with superstar striker Sadio Mane, who has become the target of transfers between Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

See below why Mane-to-Bayern Munich is unlikely to happen.

According to Kerry Hau of Sport1, Sadio Mane of Liverpool is not really an option for Bayern Munich as he is 30 years old.

Instead, Bayern Munich would have preferred to keep Serge Gnabry and extend his contract, but this proved difficult. Hau cited the chance of Gnabry staying at Bayern Munich as 50/50, but there will be more negotiations.

As previously reported, Gnabry’s salary and his desire to play in a central attacking position remain a problem. The club, however, will not set a deadline for concluding the deal. If Gnabry decides to leave, Christopher Nkunku of RB Leipzig and Ajax’s Antony may be options:

It’s a little late, but we have one recorded! Bayern Munich played its penultimate game of the season and transmission of rumors are in full swing. We have news about Serge Gnabry, Noussair Mazraoui, Ryan Gravenberch and surprising news that LiverpoolSadio Mane is Brazz’s dream target for this summer (yes, exactly). Enough to talk about, so listen up!

In this episode, Samrin and INNN discuss:

  • A look back at Bayern Munich’s draw with Stuttgart, as we couldn’t on Sunday due to a schedule conflict.
  • Nagelsmann’s reluctance to use younger and marginal players since winning the title.
  • Why fans should relax a little Tanguy Nianzou.
  • How Niklas Sule’s departure brings Bayern’s long-term defense planning into fluctuation.
  • Shifting gears to broadcasts – does the rumor about Sadio Mane make any sense?
  • Why would it be better for Nagelsmann not to get big expensive contracts this summer.
  • Parallels between Kovacs, Ancelotti and Nagelsmann.
  • Unplanned interruption – thanks Zoom!
  • INNN defends Nagelsmann for a second (very rare!).
  • One last statement for our regular listeners.

Although Bayern Munich missed Haaland this time, its release clause could make it available in the future:

Poker has dragged on for a long time, but it is now clear that Manchester City have won the race for Erling Haaland. Real Madrid has also been repeatedly traded as a potential buyer, but now Spanish radio station Cadena SER wants to know why the king’s members withdrew from the offer for the BVB striker. Accordingly, Haaland’s late adviser Mino Raiola wanted to anchor a € 150 million release clause in Haaland’s contract.

The clause should take effect from the second year, giving the Norwegian a real chance to move if things don’t go well for Los Blancos. However, Real president Florentino Perez vehemently rejected the clause. He does not want to make such an expensive investment, with the risk that Haaland may leave the club in the second year for 150 million euros. (REPORT: Haaland medical examination apparently passed)

In Spain, the possibility of changing employer at any time is mandatory under labor law. That is why in Spain all players have a release clause. Clubs usually set high clauses so as not to withdraw and that the price of the transfer must be negotiated.

Will anyone stay in RB Leipzig after this summer? Chelsea FC boss Thomas Tuchel is watching several players:

I guess signing Philippe Coutinho at FC Barcelona will be sad for a long time. Nonetheless, the former Bayern Munich midfielder is reportedly on the way Aston Villa for a chance to start anew:

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