I may be alone in that feeling, but it’s just a (probably wrong) premonition.
With publishing news that Bayern Munich will keep Robert Lewandowski for next season, even though he is he wants to leavewe can begin to at least look at the possibility that the RL9 era in Bavaria is coming to an end.
Given this potentially ending situation and the recent death of his agent Mina Raiola, it could (admittedly, this is a stretch) be a possibility that Haaland needs another year to recover, let the situation resolve and then go to a club that really wants to join … Bayern Munich.
Can it happen? Of course.
Will that happen? Probably not (there’s an awful lot of money for Haaland in the game).
If by any chance things go like this … you can call me Oracle (or at least “not as stupid as we all originally thought.”)
Manchester United he allegedly tried to force Red Bull Salzburg star and German international Karim Adeyemi to change his mind and move to the Premier League:
Manchester United have tried to hijack Borussia Dortmund’s upcoming transfer with Karim Adeyemi. The player turned down a top offer (salary of £ 150,000 a week) because he always wanted to join #BVB. The attacker will sign a five-year contract in the coming days without a release clause. @ SPORT1
– Patrick Berger (@berger_pj) May 3, 2022
Adeyemi will join Niklas Süle and Nico Schlotterbeck in changing guards for Borussia Dortmund.
It’s been a while since we managed to record one of them, but the main Bavarian Podcast Works show is back! In the time since we last filmed one major episode, Bavaria Munich are thrown out of Champions League per Villarreal, won the league for the 10th time in a row, and all that can be said is the fact that Robert Lewandowski could leave the club this summer. Well, I guess that’s fun?
In this episode, Tom and INNN discuss:
- The saga of Robert Lewandowski – key numbers, mostly salary and length of contract.
- What is actually going on behind the scenes?
- Options to replace Lewandowski (Haaland, Haller, Lukaku, etc.) and why they don’t make sense.
- To deal specifically with rumors about Cristiano Ronaldo (because why not?) And why Ronaldo’s situation is actually very relevant to the current Lewy debate.
- Why Lewandowski probably doesn’t want to leave Bayern yet.
- Switching to season retrospective – how does Nagelsmann’s first season fit in with Hansi Flick’s second season?
This week had to be a shorter podcast because we had a lot of connection issues and you could hear some weird audio bugs as well. I apologize for that.
According to Tz reporters Mano Bonke and Philipp Kessler, Julian Nagelsmann wants a vocal leader in the position of Bayern Munich center-back. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard this about the type of center-back Nagelsmann wants for his team.
Can the Bavarians find an affordable, reliable and good player for the position?
Bayern Munich has signed an extension with three of its young players:
@FCBayern extended the contracts with # FCBU19 talents Benjamin #Dibrani (18), Aleksandar # Pavlović (18) and David #Jonathans (18) before the deadline.
All information http://fcbayern.com/VVL0305
Here you go … Chelsea could hold a fire sale, and the best from Pennsylvania could be obtained for a small fee (perhaps). The key question is … would you do that?
“Pulisic, Lukaku and many others are dissatisfied with the current situation.”
“Could be [the summer] could be an opportunity for [Pulisic] to leave Chelsea … ” @FabrizioRomano about USMNT star options after a frustrating season with the Blues.
– Qué Golazo Podcast (@QueGolazoPod) May 2, 2022
Would you take Christian Pulisic to Bayern Munich?
Yes – All the people of Pennsylvania are great.
Yes – if he is approachable, he could play one of the roles of the attacking midfielder under Julian Nagelsmann.
No – The last time a Bayern Munich-affiliated company acquired a Pennsylvanian, things went to hell (really for the BFW … I’m watching you bastards!).
No – not needed at all.
A total of 549 votes
What a great idea for the Bayern Munich social team:
Sometimes that hangover after the title can hit the team hard. Bavaria Munich they slept on the field against Mainz today and paid dearly for it, although the result is nowhere near as bad as it could have been. Even considering that team captain Manuel Neuer and vice-captain Thomas Muller did not start in the XI, this was an unacceptably poor performance by Bayern, characterized by a strong lack of effort and leadership. Unfortunately, since the game comes after we’ve already won the title, it doesn’t make sense to analyze every single thing too much.
Here are our conversation points from the game:
- How Julian Nagelsmann did not go far enough in experimenting with the lineup.
- Why Alphonso Davies position in the back-three / four hybrid system compromises his defense.
- Marcel Sabitzer may have sealed his future with this game.
- The problem of the Bayern Munich mentality under Nagelsmann – the inability to cope with adversity.