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    Bayern willing to sell Pavard next summer

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    As per journalist Christian Falk on his podcast Bayern Insider, Bayern Munich won't mind selling Benjamin Pavard next summer if he is no longer happy at the club.

    Pavard's contract expires at the end of the season, and the French defender has been vocal about moving onto newer pastures. Bayern still prioritise his renewal, but will let go of him in case it isn't possible.

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    Bayern Munich weighing up a move for Frankfurt striker Randal Kolo Muani

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    Bayern Munich will identify key targets to bolster their attack in the summer transfer market in the coming months. The Bavarian club has been consistently linked with top strikers in the past few months, and more forwards are expected to be linked until they sign one in January or next summer.

    Accoridng to Bild (via Az), the latest forward linked with a move to Bavaria is Eintracht Frankfurt revelation Randal Kolo Muani, who has been a bright spot for his new club, having scored eight goals and provided 11 assists across all competitions since his arrival only last summer. 

    The 24-year-old's fine form in the Bundesliga helped him to get a call-up for the French national team in the World Cup 2022. The French striker’s current contract at Frankfurt expires in 2027. Considering his good run of form and rising stock, Bayern will have to pay a premium for his signature.

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    Bayern Munich to discuss Jamal Musiala's 'further future', will increase his wages

    Bayern Munich want Jamal Musiala to be the face of the club and are ready to offer him a new contract with an increased salary, according to SportBILD (via @iMiaSanMia).

    The player already has a contract till 2026 but the higher-ups at Bayern do not want to take any risks and want to tie the 19-year-old down with a new contract that will see him remain at the club for a foreseeable future.

    "Of course, we told Jamal's mother Carolin and his management before the World Cup that we're very happy with Jamal and we let them know that we want to sit down with them after the tournament to talk about Jamal's further future at FC Bayern," Bayern director Hasan Salihamidžić told SportBILD (quotes via @iMiaSanMia).

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    Bayern enter the race for Spanish winger

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    As per The Mirror (via Express), Bayern Munich are one of the clubs in the running for Spain and Real Madrid winger Marcos Asensio.

    Asensio's contract with Real Madrid expires in 2023, with the winger unlikely to renew due to being second-fiddle at the club.

    Bayern will face competition from European rivals Liverpool and Juventus for the Spaniard's signature.

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    Contract extension talks between Bayern and Lucas Hernández to progress soon

    Bayern Munich and Lucas Hernández will continue negotiations for contract extension soon, according to Fabrizio Romano.

    The club wants the Frenchman to stay at the Allianz Arena beyond 2024.

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    Bayern Munich have no interest in signing Joško Gvardiol

    Bayern Munich have not yet contacted RB Leipzig to enquire for their star defender Joško Gvardiol, according to Sky Germany's Florian Plettenberg.

    Gvardiol's stocks have skyrocketed after his impressive performances for Croatia at the World Cup, helping them reach the quarter-finals so far.

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    Bayern Munich looking to extend contracts of two mainstays

    According to reports from Germany, Bayern Munich are looking to extend the contract of two veterans in their squad, namely Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Manuel Neuer.

    Bayern’s CEO Oliver Kahn had previously expressed his desire to extend Choupo-Moting’s contract and despite him receiving interest from other European elites, it looks like the Cameroon international will stay with the Bavarians with an increased pay.

    Although Manuel Neuer’s contract expires in 2024, the German outfit don’t want to risk losing the German goalkeeper considering he’s still one of the best in the business.

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    Gregor Kobel responds to Bayern Munich rumours

    Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel has dismissed rumours linking him with a potential move to rivals Bayern Munich.

    “I did not hear those stories and that's not of interest to me either,” Kobel told Sport1.

    “I play for Borussia Dortmund and we have big plans with BVB. That's all I care about.”

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    Bayern considering Pulisic-Coman swap deal

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    As per Calciomercatoweb, Bayern Munich are considering swapping winger Kingsley Coman for Chelsea and USA forward Christian Pulisic.

    Pulisic has revitalised himself at the World Cup, leading the USA to the Ro16. He has seen less game time under both Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter at Chelsea this campaign.

    Bayern Munich could use Coman as a part of the deal for Pulisic to avoid paying a large fee for the USA ace.

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    Bayern Munich prepare €90m bid for Kane


    As per El Nacional, Bayern Munich are willing to bid €90m for Tottenham Hotspur and England star Harry Kane in the hopes of signing him next summer.

    Bayern Munich are still looking to replace former ace Robert Lewandowski and have identified Harry Kane as their primary target. However, it will take an impressive bid to pry him away from Tottenham Hotspur

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    Tottenham Hotspur keen on retaining Harry Kane

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    Bayern Munich have been interested in bringing Harry Kane to Bavaria, helping them add a number nine to their squad. But according to reports by Fabrizio Romano, Spurs don't have any plans to sell their talisman.

    The journalist wrote on his blog, "I’ve seen stories about Kane again, but there are no changes at all as of now. Tottenham want to keep Kane and there are no negotiations ongoing, but also nothing would happen during the World Cup of course. So it’s completely quiet as of now. Bayern like Kane as Oliver Kahn stated nothing else."

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    Marcel Sabitzer faces uncertainty over Bayern Munich future

    Following news that Konrad Laimer's signing by Bayern Munich is all but complete, it looks like Marcel Sabitzer's future at the Allianz Arena is 'uncertain.'

    That comes from Florian Plettenberg (via Bavarian Football Works). Sabitzer has failed to replicate the levels he demonstrated at RB Leipzig, and Bayern will open their doors for his exit if an offer arrives in January.

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    Bayern Munich told to stump up €100 million for Joao Felix

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    Bayern Munich will have to cough up a whopping €100 million to bring in Atletico Madrid and Portuguese star Joao Felix to the Allianz Arena.

    According to a report from AS, Atletico Madrid will demand a transfer fee of €100 million for Martin Odegaard in case the player pushes for a move away amid serious interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich

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    Bayern put Bouna Sarr up for sale, desperate to part ways

    Bavarian giants Bayern Munich have put up Senegalese right-back Bouna Sarr up for sale, according to Sport Bild.

    The Bundesliga champions are ready to part ways with the 30-year-old, and will accept a low fee for his services when the transfer window opens in January.

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    Bayern open talks to sign Marcus Thuram


    While Bayern Munich are reportedly working on a potential deal for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, they are fully aware of the difficulties involved to materialize their dream transfer, and have already lined up a backup alternative to bolster the attack.

    The Bavarian club has been keeping an eye on Borussia Monchengladbach forward Marcus Thuram for a while now, and have now stepped up their interest by making contact with his entourage over a potential move next summer, according to L’Equipe (via GFFN).

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    Bayern Munich working on a possible deal to sign Harry Kane

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    According to Sky Sports Germany (via The Mirror), German powerhouse Bayern Munich are continuing to lay the groundwork to land Tottenham Hotspur and England international Harry Kane.

    The record Bundesliga champions are looking to bolster their striker department during the summer transfer window, with Kane viewed as a like-for-like replacement for Robert Lewandowski, and earmarked as their top target.

    The 29-year-old was linked with a move to the German giants this past summer, but nothing came to fruition.

    The striker is thought to be available for a fee worth around €80-100 million. However, the deal to bring the Englishman to Allianz Arena is far from a straightforward task, with Spurs desperate to tie down their talisman to a new long-term deal.

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    Bayern Munich to hold talks with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting after the World Cup

    Bayern Munich will hold talks with striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting after the World Cup, CEO Oliver Kahn told Florian Plettenberg in an exclusive interview for Sky Germany.

    “We can say that Choupo is now doing an excellent job. We'll sit down after the World Cup,” Kahn told (quotes via Fabrizio Romano).

    “We’ll see how we can come together.”

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    Bayern Munich join race for 18-year-old centre-back

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    Bayern Munich have joined the race to sign Atalanta's budding teenage defender Giorgio Scalvini in the summer, according to Tuttosport (via Football Italia).

    Inter and Juventus have been keeping tabs on Scalvini and Atalanta value the 18-year-old around €30-40 million.

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    Oliver Kahn won't stop Manuel Neuer from playing for Bayern Munich beyond 40

    Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn will have absolutely no issues if Manuel Neuer wants to continue playing for the Bavarian giants beyond the age of 40.

    The 36-year-old shotstopper's contract with Bayern ends in 2024, but is going to be provided an extension in all likelihood.

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    Ronaldo transfer ruled out by Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn

    Bayern Munich have no intention of signing free-agent Cristiano Ronaldo, with CEO Oliver Kahn stating that the Bundesliga giants will not be making a move for the Portuguese icon and their "strategy is different."

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    Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn sheds light on Harry Kane speculation

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    In an exclusive interview with Sky Germany's Florian Plettenberg, Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn was asked about Harry Kane, who has been heavily rumoured with a move to the Allianz Arena.

    "Of course, he's a very good player, but there are also many other very good players," Kahn stated (quotes via @iMiaSanMia).

    There is no doubt that Kane will be Bayern's top transfer target in the summer, but the bosses are remaining tight-lipped about the situation. The England striker will cost no less than €80-100 million.

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    Konrad Laimer's transfer to Bayern Munich all but done

    According to Sky Germany's Florian Plettenberg, Konrad Laimer has reached a verbal agreement with Bayern Munich, and will sign a long-term contract till 2027.

    He will join the Bundesliga champions ahead of the next season, but he is yet to appear for the medicals.

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    Bayern Munich young Spanish gem from Atlético Madrid

    Bayern Munich have completed the signing of talented Spanish teenager Javier Fernández Gonzalez from Atlético Madrid, the official Twitter account of Bayern's academy announced.

    The 16-year-old has represented Spain at the youth levels and will sign a long-term deal with the Bavarians, joining their academy and starting his Bayern journey with their youth teams.

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    Laimer responds to Bayern rumours

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    Konrad Laimer has responded to rumors suggesting that he might be joining Bayern Munich next season. The midfielder has been on the radar of European giants and Bayern is currently considered the front runners to get his signature.
    "Nothing has been decided and nothing ruled out," he told Kicker.

    When questioned about extending his stay with Leipzig he explained that "there are no talks about that, at least at the moment''.

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    Bayern Munich not interested in signing Cody Gakpo

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    Bayern Munich won't be one of the teams pursuing Dutch sensation Cody Gakpo's signature, according to Dutch website Sport1.

    The PSV attacker has been among Netherlands' best players at the ongoing World Cup, scoring two goals in two games so far.

    However, the Bavarian giants believe they are well-covered on the flanks with the likes of Serge Gnabry, Kingsley Coman, Sadio Mané and Leroy Sané. Gakpo prefers to play out wide.

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    Kroos declines offers to join Bayern Munich again

    According to Mundo Deportivo, Toni Kroos has rejected offers to join previous employees, Bayern Munich. The Bavarians were hopeful to sign Kroos at the end of the season considering there are no contract extension talks between Los Blancos and Kroos.

    Considering Bayern have some young midfielders in their ranks, they could use Kroos as a senior figure in the dressing room and on the pitch.

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    Bayern hope to reunite with Toni Kroos

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    Toni Kroos's contract with Real Madrid will expire at the end of the season, and currently, there is no evidence to show that he will renew his contract. As a result, many clubs are hoping to sign the World Cup winner for free.

    Now as per El Nacional, Bayern Munich are also eyeing a move for Kroos and hope to bring back their former player to the Allianz Arena.

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    Bayern keen on extending Lucas Hernandez

    Bayern Munich are working towards reaching an agreement with French international, Lucas Hernandez, for an extension in the coming months. According to Fabrizio Romano, talks between both parties continue in order to finalize the key details.

    Feeling is that Benjamin Pavard might be on his way out of the club, so Hernandez can extend.

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    Bayern won't sign Lucas Hernández replacement

    Speaking to the press, Bayern Munich Sporting Director Hasan Salihamidžić (via Fichajes) asserted that Bayern will not sign anyone to replace recently injured left-back Lucas Hernández.

    Hernández ruptured his ACL in France's world cup opener against Australia and will be out for a long period. Salihamidžić said the injury is disheartening, but he knows the French full-back will return stronger and doesn't think the club needs reinforcements in winter.

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    Bayern monitoring Declan Rice

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    According to El Nacional, Bayern Munich are keeping tabs on West Ham United midfielder and skipper Declan Rice whom they consider as one of the best players in his position currently.

    Rice has impressed for West Ham ever since he made his debut for them in 2017. He has shown maturity far ahead of his age, which has led to him becoming the club's captain at 23.

    He is being monitored by many clubs, with Chelsea favourites to land him, therefore Bayern will have to go all-out if they want to sign Rice.

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    Konrad Laimer to join Bayern next summer

    Bayern Munich have won the race to sign RB Leipzig midfielder Konrad Laimer on a free transfer next summer, reports journalist Christian Falk.

    Laimer has been on the list of many clubs since the last transfer window, with reportedly Liverpool looking to sign him as well. As per Falk, the Austrian midfielder rejected a proposal from Chelsea last summer, as he only eyes a move to Bayern.

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    Bayern handed major boost in Kane pursuit

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    Bayern Munich have been linked all year with a move for Harry Kane next summer to replace former ace Robert Lewandowski who joined Barcelona in the last transfer window.

    Now El Nacional reports that Bayern Munich have been handed a major boost as Harry Kane has decided to leave Tottenham Hotspur next year.

    Bayern Munich will have to wait for the price Tottenham Hotspur attach to Harry Kane taking into consideration his contract expires in 2024.

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    Bayern Munich join race to sign Malo Gusto

    Bayern Munich and Real Madrid have reportedly entered the race to sign in-demand Lyon right-back Malo Gusto.

    While Lyon do not want to sell their highly-coveted asset, they find themselves at a crossroads since the 19-year-old's current contract is set to expire in the summer of 2024. This means the club may necessitate facilitating the player’s departure next summer, with plenty of suitors circling around.

    Bayern, for one, are already thinking about signings for next summer and have reportedly made a new right-back their top priority due to the uncertainty around the future of versatile defender Benjamin Pavard, who is being courted by Barcelona and Chelsea for next summer.

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    Roma interested in Pavard

    AS Roma are looking to sign a new right-back after Jose Mourinho's fall-out with Rick Karsdorp more or less certifying that the Dutch fullback won't play for the Giallorossi again.

    As per Calciomercatoweb, they are keeping tabs on Bayern Munich defender Benjamin Pavard, who has been vocal about leaving the club recently. However, Pavard has also mentioned he would like to play centre-back at his next team, which could make the operation tough for Mourinho's side.

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    Bayern enter the race for Palmeiras' Endrick

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    According to El Nacional, Bayern Munich are one of the many clubs interested in signing highly-rated Palmeiras starlet Endrick.

    The 16-year-old Brazilian has shocked the footballing world with his talent at such a young age, having already scored 3 goals in 7 appearances at a senior level.

    The report states that Palmeiras won't accept any offer lower than Endrick's €60m release clause, and only PSG have so far submitted an official bid. Bayern Munich will also have to ward off Chelsea and Manchester United to bring the Brazilian wonder-kid to the Allianz Arena.

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    Bayern Munich will not go after Moukoko

    According to BILD, Bayern Munich's administration have decided against pursuing a transfer for rival Borrusia Dortmund starlet Youssoufa Moukoko.

    Bayern Munich veteran Manuel Neuer had jokingly asked Moukoko to join the Bavarians during a press conference for the World Cup, which stemmed rumours linking the club with the youngster.

    However, Bayern Munich will not pursue Moukoko as they are happy with their current attacking options, and the 18-year-old is most likely to renew his contract with Borussia Dortmund.

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    Real Madrid interested in Alphonso Davies

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    Real Madrid will keep a close eye on Bayern Munich left-back Alphonso Davies during the upcoming World Cup in Qatar, reports El Nacional.

    Real Madrid have been looking to reinforce their left-back position since the last transfer window, and reports have emerged that they're also willing to let go of Ferland Mendy.

    Davies is recognised by Real Madrid as the best left-back in the world currently, and Madrid will go all out for him if he performs excellently with Canada as well.

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    Barcelona, Real Madrid hold talks with Benjamin Pavard's entourage

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    According to a report from SPORT, Real Madrid and Barcelona are set to battle it out for the signature of contract rebel Bayern Munich defender Benjamin Pavard, whose current deal at Allianz Arena expires in the summer of 2024.

    The report adds that the versatile defender has made it plain before heading out for the World Cup that he would be open to leaving Bayern Munich after falling out-of-favour under current boss Julian Nagelsmann, alerting both Barcelona and Real Madrid, along with several other suitors.

    The Spanish duo are interested in signing the 26-year-old, and have made contact with his entourage to understand the details of a potential move to La Liga.

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    Bayern no longer after Joao Félix

    According to Fichajes, Bayern Munich isn't considering signing Atletico Madrid forward Joao Félix anymore. The Bavarians were reportedly eyeing a move for Félix to succeed Robert Lewandowski, however, the report states their interest has cooled down considerably.

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    Barca slap €40m price tag on Ter Stegen

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    As per El Nacional, Bayern Munich will have to pay a transfer fee of at least €40m to sign Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen.

    The Bavarians see Ter Stegen as the successor to compatriot and Bayern Munich legend Manuel Neuer whose contract expires in 2024.

    However, Barcelona won't budge to Bayern Munich's demands easily, since Ter Stegen's contract runs with them till 2025, and therefore will demand an adequate fee for him.

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    Bavarians will not accept any offers for Pavard in January

    According to Sport1, Bayern Munich will not entertain any offers for Benjamin Pavard in January. The Bavarians do not want to sell the French defender in the winter transfer window and will only accept any offers in 2023.

    The German outfit want to have a final conversation with Pavard after the World Cup in Qatar and will only listen to offers after the dialogue.

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    Bayern Munich vying to get Marcus Thuram from German rivals

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    Italian news publication has reported that Bayern Munich is currently leading the race to sign Marcus Thuram from German rivals Borussia Monchengladbach. The French forward has been in red-hot form this summer and is pushing for a move away from the Foals.

    Although several European outfits are circling around him it looks like he could be destined to move to the Allianz Arena as early as January.

    Monchengladbach would be hoping to ship him off in January for some cash instead of letting him go for free at the end of the summer when his contract expires.

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    Bayern Munich offer Ribéry non-playing role

    According to Fichajes, Bayern Munich are planning on bringing former player and legend Franck Ribéry back to the club in a non-playing position.

    Ribéry retired from professional football around a month ago due to recurring knee issues which mostly kept him on the sidelines during his time at Serie A club Salernitana.

    It is not known whether he will join the club in an administrative capacity or as someone who helps out with on-pitch duties.

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    Bayern Munich turn their attention towards Son Heung-min

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    Bayern Munich will make a concrete attempt to sign Son Heung-min from Tottenham Hotspur, according to a report from Fichajes.

    Bayern admire the South Korean forward due to his pace, versatility (can play both as a left winger and a centre forward), talent, and are well aware of his history in the Bundesliga, where he played for Hamburg and Bayer Leverkusen.

    The same report suggests that the Bavarian giants will face competition from Real Madrid, with Florentino Perez in particular a big fan of the player.

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    Bayern Munich unhappy with Benjamin Pavard's comments

    Benjamin Pavard's recent comments regarding his future at Bayern Munich have not down well at the club, according to BILD (via @MiaSanMia).

    The club does appreciate Pavard's contribution in recent times, but they are in no rush to offer him an extension given the signings of Matthijs de Ligt and Noussair Mazraoui.

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    Bayern Munich monitoring Marc-André ter Stegen

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    According to El Nacional, Bayern Munich are considering the possibility of signing Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen to replace veteran Manuel Neuer.

    Ter Stegen has been in excellent form this season, conceding only 5 goals in the league after 14 games. However, they will need to make a big sale in the upcoming winter or summer transfer windows to make up for the revenue loss due to their group stage exit in this year's Champions League.

    Bayern Munich could exploit Barcelona's situation and swoop in for Ter Stegen to replace his ageing compatriot Neuer.

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    Bayern considering bargain move for Dumfries

    As per Calciomercatoweb, Bayern are interested in signing Inter Milan right-back Denzel Dumfries for a figure of €30m.

    Dumfries' was reportedly valued at €50m by Inter Milan in the last transfer window. However, his below-average performances this season has reduced their asking price considerably.

    With Benjamin Pavard likely to leave, Bayern Munich see Denzel Dumfries as a low-cost replacement for him.

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    No talks between Ronaldo and Bayern last week

    As per journalist Christian Falk, Bayern Munich held no talks with Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo and his agent, Jorge Mendes, over a transfer last week.

    Earlier, there were reports that Ronaldo and Mendes met with Bayern Munich to secure a move away from Manchester United in January. The Portuguese star had also been linked with the Bavarians in the summer.

    However, Bayern Munich remain uninterested for the same reasons as in the summer. They do not feel Ronaldo is an ideal fit for their team due to his age, and their future vision for the squad.

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    Cristiano Ronaldo and agent Jorge Mendes met with Bayern Munich last week

    According to Daily Mail's Chris Wheeler, Cristiano Ronaldo and his agent met with Bayern Munich last week in a bid to secure a move for the Portuguese away from Manchester United.

    Ronaldo openly criticized the Red Devils in one of the previews posted by journalist Piers Morgan, with whom the 37-year-old had an exclusive interview.

    Ronaldo would fancy a move to Bayern Munich to be guaranteed Champions League action, with Julian Nagelsmann's side one of the favourites heading into the knockout phase of the tournament.

    The Bavarian giants could be tempted to sign Ronaldo, considering summer signing Sadio Mané has had to deal with a ton of fitness issues, while Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting's future remains uncertain.

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    Bayern Munich make Florian Wirtz their priority for 2023


    According to Fichajes, Bayer Leverkusen starlet Florian Wirtz will be Bayern Munich's main target next year. Bayern see Wirtz as one of the best talents in world football and want to sign him as a part of their future project.

    Wirtz has excelled for Bayer Leverkusen ever since he made his debut in 2020, with the club already renewing his contract till 2027. However, he has been out this season due to an ACL injury suffered at the end of the last campaign.

    Despite his long-term injury Bayern Munich will go all out for the 19-year-old and hope to secure him before other European rivals like Real Madrid and Barcelona have a chance.

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    Madrid eyeing a swoop of Benjamin Pavard from Bayern

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    According to El Nacional, Real Madrid are looking to sign Bayern Munich defender Benjamin Pavard next summer for free after his contract expires.

    Real Madrid view Pavard as the ideal backup for injury-prone right-back Dani Carvajal and want to sign him for free as they did with Antonio Rudiger and David Alaba. Pavard reportedly doesn't want to renew with Bayern Munich and has stated that he won't mind moving to a different league in the future.

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    Bayern Munich extend Josip Stanišić's contract until 2026

    Bayern Munich have officially extended the contract of 22-year-old Croatian defender Josip Stanišić till 2026.

    Stanišić joined Bayern Munich's U17 ranks in 2017 and after impressing at the academy level, has featured in their first team since 2021. Additionally, he will also represent Croatia at the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.

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    Spurs eyeing a swoop of Benjamin Pavard from Bayern Munich

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    Bayern Munich defender Benjamin Pavard has been in the headlines after he has expressed his desire to explore a new challenge. According to the Express, Antonio Conte’s Tottenham Hotspurs could bid for the French defender in the winter transfer window. Spurs’ backline has faltered under pressure many times this season and the Italian manager would want to bring someone onboard who wouldn’t crack under pressure.

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    Bayern Munich extend Sven Ulreich's contract till June 2024

    Bayern Munich have announced that they have extended goalkeeper Sven Ulreich's contract till June 2024.

    "I'm very happy to stay at Bayern. The cooperation with the whole team and especially with [Manuel] Neuer has grown into something special over many years," Ulreich said.

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    Benjamin Pavard brushes aside contract extension talks with Bayern Munich

    According to Fabrizio Romano, Bayern Munich defender Benjamin Pavard has expressed his desire to look for a new challenge away from Germany.

    The French right-back explained that the two parties haven't had a concrete discussion over a contract extension and he wouldn't mind leaving the club to try a new league.

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    Bayern Munich offered Barcelona talent Ansu Fati by agent Jorge Mendes

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    According to Todo Fichajes, Barcelona forward Ansu Fati has been reportedly offered to Bayern Munich by his agent Jorge Mendes. The young prospect has been unhappy with his lack of minutes under Xavi and has been pushing for a move away from the club.

    The Bavarians have the likes of Serge Gnabry, Sadio Mane, Leroy Sane, Kingsley Coman, and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting in their ranks, but would want Ansu Fati to bolster their forwardline.

    The German outfit could face competition from multiple Premier League clubs and Paris Saint-Germain, so it will be interested to see where the Spanish international lands.

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    Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting to garner €5m in a new contract with Bayern Munich

    According to Sky Sports expert Florian Plettenberg, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting could garner 5m in a new contract with Bayern Munich. The Cameroon international has been in exceptional form playing for the Bavarians after Robert Lewandowski’s departure to Barcelona. Choupo-Moting’s stint at Bayern ends in 2023 and the club want to continue with him as their striker considering his goal-scoring ability. However the contract extension talks have been postponed till the World Cup and will happen once Choupo-Moting returns from Qatar.

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    Tottenham Hotspurs looking to sign Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting from Bayern

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    90min claims that Bayern Munich have been handed a big blow with Tottenham Hotspur planning a surprise swoop of Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting. The Cameroon international has been in magnificent touch playing for the Bavarians scoring 10 goals in 15 games. With Bayern Munich expressing their interest in Harry Kane a swap of the forwards looks possible.

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    Bavarians making a big play for Harry Kane's signature according to British agent


    The Harry Kane to Bayern Munich saga has taken a new turn with British agent Hadyn Dodge saying that Bayern Munich are making a big play to sign him next summer. The Bavarians have reportedly brushed aside any rumours regarding a new striker with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting enjoying a magnificent stint at the Allianz Arena. But despite that Bayern Munich could be intrigued to purchase Harry Kane in the 2023 summer transfer window.

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    Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic rules out Alexander Nubel return

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    Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has told Sky Sports Germany that goalkeeper loanee Alexander Nubel will not return to the club in 2023.

    Nubel is currently plying his trade on loan at AS Monaco but with keepers Manuel Neuer and Sven Ulreich established at Bayern, Nubel's long-term future with the Bavarian is up in the air, despite boasting a contract until 2025.

    The goalkeeper should then return to Bayern after a two-year loan. However, he recently called this into question. “Playing time is the most important thing for a goalkeeper. If Manuel, who has a contract until 2024, stays with Bayern, it makes no sense for me to return,” Nubel told “I have a contract with Bayern, but I think it’s pointless for them too if they have Manuel and me.”

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    Bayern unlikely to sign a striker as Choupo-Moting continues to shine

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    As per Fichajes, Bayern Munich will not be looking to sign a striker to replace Robert Lewandowski in the upcoming transfer window.

    The report states that this is due to Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting showing excellent form after featuring as Bayern Munich's main striker this season.

    Choupo-Moting has scored 10 goals across all competitions and has found the back of the net for 7 straight games. If he maintains his current form, Bayern Munich would allocate their transfer budget for other positions.

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    Bayern Munich president Herbert Heiner talks about January transfer window

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    Bayern Munich president Herbert Heiner has declared that the club will remain inactive during the upcoming winter transfer window.

    "We have no need for winter transfers at all - we rather have to make sure that all our good players get playing time. The coach is currently managing that very well," Heiner said, as quoted by journalist Maximilian Koch (via @iMiaSanMia).

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    Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, and Chelsea interested in Benjamin Pavard

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    Real Madrid, Chelsea, and Atletico Madrid are reportedly set to lock horns in the race to sign 26-year-old Bayern Munich defender Benjamin Pavard.

    That's according to a report by Spanish outlet Fichajes, which claims Los Merengues have joined Chelsea and Atletico Madrid in the race to secure the services of Pavard.

    The Frenchman is facing an uncertain future with the player’s contract which runs until 2024. The new arrivals of De Ligt and Noussair Mazraoui have further complicated matters and neither parties are keen on extending the relationship.

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    Choupo-Moting attracting serious interest from Manchester United

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    According to French outlet MediaFoot, Manchester United are seriously considering a move for veteran forward Eric Chupo-Moting as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo, who is pushing for a January exit.

    Despite playing a limited role under Julian Nagelsmann the Cameroon international has hit a patch of stunning form of late, scoring 8 goals and providing 3 assists from 13 appearances this season.

    The 33-year-old, who previously flopped with Stoke City in the Premier League, will be out-of-contract at the end of the season, but Bayern are reportedly attempting to extend his stay at the Allianz Arena.

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    Sven Ulreich wants to continue at Bayern Munich


    Bayern Munich's second-choice goalkeeper Sven Ulreich has reflected on his future, admitting that he would like to continue at Bayern Munich.

    "I've always said that I'm enjoying it here. I think we'll talk about that at some point. It's still too early, but I can very well imagine staying here," the player told Sky Sports Germany, via Florian Plettenberg.

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    Bayern keen to renew Choupo-Moting

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    Eric Choupo-Moting has proved to be a vital squad player for Bayern Munich in recent years. The Bavarian giants are looking to extend his contract that is set to expire at the end of the season and reward him for his performances, according to Fabrizio Romano.

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    Benjamin Pavard wants out amid Chelsea and Barcelona interest

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    According to German outlet Sport1, Pavard is unhappy with the lack of regular playing time he has received under boss Julian Nagelsmann.

    Pavard, 26, has fallen behind Matthijs de Ligt, Dayot Upamecano, and Lucas Hernandez in the centre-back pecking order, and with Noussair Mazraoui preferred at right-back, he is open to an exit from the German club.

    The 2018 World Cup winner's current contract at the Allianz Arena expires in the summer of 2024 and he is set to leave next year in favour of a fresh challenge elsewhere amid Barcelona and Chelsea links.

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    Atlético Madrid rejected €100 million for João Félix from Bayern Munich

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    According to MARCA, Bayern Munich offered a sum of €100 million for Portuguese forward João Félix, which Atlético Madrid rejected.

    The player was considered 'untouchable' in the summer, but that stance has surely changed after the 22-year-old's performances this season, where he has failed to nail down a starting spot.

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    Kane halts contract renewal amidst Bayern interest

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    As per the Evening Standard, Harry Kane is holding off on any contract renewal negotiations with Tottenham Hotspur till after the World Cup.

    Kane is reportedly deemed a top priority by Bayern Munich, with the German club making him their top priority for next summer. His contract expires in 2024, with Die Roten looking to swoop the Tottenham Hotspur ace to replace Robert Lewandowski.

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    Marcus Thuram shares his thoughts on interest from Bayern Munich

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    Borussia Mönchengladbach star Marcus Thuram has been on fire in the Bundesliga this season, scoring 8 goals in 11 games. The Frenchman has been on Bayern's radar for a while.

    The 25-year-old responded when asked if he could see himself playing for Bayern in the next two or three years.

    “I don’t project myself that far. My plan is to train tomorrow (with Mönchengladbach),” Thuram told L’Équipe (via Get French Football News).

    “Bayern is a very big club. But it is really day after day for me. What would be the point of projecting myself three years ahead? My ambition is to become the best player possible. So, if I want to become the best Marcus possible, it’s tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, not in two years.”

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    Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidžić wants Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting to stay


    Ever since Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting has been incorporated into the starting lineup by Julian Nagelsmann, he has been in incredible form, helping the Bavarians play better too.

    And, according to sporting director Hasan Salihamidžić, Choupo-Moting "belongs" at the Allianz Arena.

    "We'll hold talks, nothing speaks against that. He's someone who I think belongs here. We hope he stays here," Salihamidžić stated (quote from Sky Sports Germany, via @MiaSanMia).

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    Barcelona owe Bavarians €1.25m whenever Lewandowski touches 25 goal in Spain

    Bayern Munich is once again haunting FC Barcelona but this time outside the football pitch. According to BILD, the Catalan club would owe Bayern a fee of 1.25m whenever their former striker Robert Lewandowski touches the 25 goals mark. The Polish forward is currently on 17 goals and could reach the 25-goal mark soon.

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    Atletico keen on Bayern's Lucas Hernandez

    Atletico Madrid are keen on signing Bayern Munich defender Lucas Hernandez, according to Alex Silvestre on El Chiringuito TV.

    Reportedly, Atletico manager Diego Simeone has demanded that the board bring Hernandez back to Atletico. The Frenchman had left Atletico for Bayern in 2019 in a deal that made him the costliest purchase in Bundesliga history.

    Hernandez's contract with Bayern ends in 2024.

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    Bayern Munich look to sign Kai Havertz

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    As per Football.London, Bayern Munich are interested in bringing back Chelsea forward Kai Havertz to the Bundesliga.

    Havertz has been inconsistent for Chelsea since he signed with them in 2020, and with the Blues reportedly looking to add more attacking talent to their squad, he may not see much game time in the future. However, the report states that Chelsea aren't interested in letting go of Havertz yet.

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    Bayern Munich face competition for Thuram

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    As per L'Equipe, Bayern Munich will face competition from Premier League club Everton for the signing of Borussia Mönchengladbach striker Marcus Thuram.

    Thuram's contract with Borussia Mönchengladbach expires at the end of this season with the player likely to leave for free. Reportedly Bayern Munich see him as a cheaper alternative to Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.

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    Bayern Munich linked with move for Gündoğan

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    Bayern Munich will attempt to sign Manchester City midfielder İlkay Gündoğan next summer, reports 90min.

    Gündoğan has been in excellent form at the start of the season for Manchester City, however, by the end of the season, his contract expires with them. Bayern Munich will reportedly see this as an opportunity to bring him back to the Bundesliga.

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    Lucas Hernandez set to renew with Bayern Munich

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    As per Kicker (via Fcbinside), Lucas Hernandez is set to renew his contract with Bayern Munich on a long-term deal.

    Hernandez's current contract expires only in 2024, however, Bayern Munich reportedly see him as a part of their defence for the next decade along with the likes of Matthijs de Ligt and Dayot Upamecano, and want to secure his long-term future with the club.

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    Bayern director Hasan Salihamidžić rules out January signings


    Bayern Munich's director Hasan Salihamidžić has ruled out making any signings in the upcoming winter transfer window in January.

    "No, we've done a lot this summer. We will not be active in the transfer market in winter," Salihamidžić told Christian Falk of BILD.

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    Bayern director Salihamidzic gives fresh Harry Kane verdict amid links to Tottenham talisman.

    Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has described Tottenham striker Harry Kane as 'one of the top players in the world.'

    The 29-year-old has been strongly linked with a move to the Allianz Arena as a replacement for Robert Lewandowski for some while now.

    The Bundesliga giants are said to be interested in signing England skipper Kane next summer when he will have just one year left on his contract in north London.

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    Former Bayern star Franck Ribery announces retirement from football

    France, Bayern Munich great Franck Ribery has retired from playing football due to a knee injury.

    After more than 20 years in the game, Ribery has has brought the curtain down on a decorated career, bidding farewell with tears in his eyes.

    Ribery, 39, joined Salernitana in 2021, and helped the side remain in Serie A after being promoted. He also played twice at the beginning of this season. But the veteran was forced to hang up his boots as his knee problems got serious


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    Bayern Munich plotting a January move for Joao Felix

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    Bayern Munich are monitoring the situation of Joao Felix at Atletico Madrid this season. The Portuguese forward has only earned five starts in the league this season and has fallen down in the pecking order. The 22-year-old seems to be looking for a move away from the club.

    According to reports by Diario AS, Bayern Munich are among the clubs that have kept a close eye on the former Benfica man. The Bavarian giants are in the race with PSG and Manchester United among others, to secure the signature of the Portuguese.

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    Bayern Munich lead the race for Konrad Laimer

    Bayern Munich are currently leading the race to sign RB Leipzig midfielder, Konrad Laimer. The Bavarian giants aim to reunite Julian Nagelsmann with the Austrian midfielder, according to journalist Christian Falk (via BILD Sport).

    Liverpool and Chelsea have also made contact with the player's agent but Nagelsmann and Bayern see the midfielder as a priority in 2023 when his contract is up.

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    Bayern Munich remain interested in signing Harry Kane

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    According to Sky Germany, Bayern Munich are going to give their all to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane in the summer.

    The club made contact with Kane's entourage this past summer via intermediaries, so there has certainly been some sort of contact between Bayern and Kane. However, the England skipper decided to stay put at Spurs.

    Regardless, the Bavarian giants believe they can lure Kane to join them in the Bundesliga as they are favourites to win the league every year, while being among the most probable teams to clinch the Champions League.

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    Bayern could sign in-demand Jonathan David

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    According to journalist Florian Plettenberg for Sky Sports Germany, Bayern Munich could be a possible destination for Lille striker Jonathan David.

    David is looking to take the next big step of his career next summer and wants to move to a top club. He is highly sought after by many clubs, with Premier League club Everton reportedly attempting to sign him this summer.

    While Bayern Munich could be one of the clubs he signs for, as per Plettenberg, there is no communication between the two parties yet.

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    Bayern looking to lure Osimhen away from the Serie-A

    Fichajes reports that Bayern Munich is once again looking to spend big in the transfer market with Napoli’s Victor Osimhen being their latest target. Osimhen has impressed some of Europe’s elites with his domestic and European outings. But the Bavarians know that they could face tough competition from Premier League clubs Arsenal and Manchester United who are also eyeing the Nigerian.

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    Bayern ready to spend £88 million for Harry Kane

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    Bayern Munich are ready to shell out £88 million on Tottenham Hotspur and England superstar, Harry Kane, according to German outlet TZ. The Bavarian club are in the need of a striker after the departure of Robert Lewandowski and have long admired the 29 year-old Spurs striker.

    Kane has two years left on his current contract which runs out in 2024 and the Bavarians are ready to spend cash in order to secure his services.

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    Bayern Munich II coach Martín Demichelis attracting interest from River Plate

    Bayern Munich coaches appear to be in high demand right now.

    Days after VfB Stuttgart made many enquiries for Julian Nagelsmann assistant Dino Töppmoller, it has been revealed that FC Bayern Munich II coach Martin Demichelis is being pursued by Argentine Primera División champions River Plate as a potential contender to replace legendary Marcelo Gallardo.

    Gallardo, 48, River Plate's most successful manager, is set to step down and end his eight-year spell in charge of the Argentinian giants.

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    Real Madrid after Bayern star Alphonso Davies

    One of Bayern's key players, Alphonso Davies, has emerged as a transfer target for Spanish giants Real Madrid, as per Marca.

    The left-back, known for pace and athleticism, is being monitored as Madrid look to strengthen their defence.

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    Bayern Munich looking to sign Nathan Aké

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    Bayern Munich are interested in signing Manchester City defender Nathan Aké to reinforce their centre-back depth, according to 90min.

    To lure Aké to the Allianz Arena, Bayern Munich will have to ward off competition from the likes of Juventus and PSG.

    Aké has not seen much playtime over the last 2 seasons, however, Manchester City reportedly have no intention of selling him, with the defender himself admitting a few days back he is happy at the club.

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    Bayern identify Thuram as Harry Kane alternative

    It is no secret that Bayern are looking to sign a centre forward in the upcoming transfer windows. While Harry Kane is one of their priority targets for the position, Die Roten have identified an alternative in Borussia Monchengladbach forward Marcus Thuram, according to TZ.

    Reportedly, if Bayern end up not being able to strike a deal with Kane who is expected to cost a huge sum, Thuram will be a cost-effective target for the Germans.

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    Bayern's Pavard still on Chelsea radar

    According to German outlet Sport Bild, Premier League club Chelsea are still considering making a move for Bayern Munich defender Benjamin Pavard next summer if he does not extend his contract at the Allianz Arena.

    Pavard, 26, was tracked by a number of European clubs this past summer but opted to stay put with the Bundesliga champions. Both Man Utd and Chelsea were reportedly eyeing a swoop for the Frenchman as they sought to boost their defensive options.

    The France international's current contract runs through June 2024, but he has enjoyed a positive start to the season, and is expected to put pen to paper with the German giants in near future.

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    Harry Kane responds to Bayern Munich rumours

    Speaking at a press conference before Tottenham Hotspur's game against Eintracht Frankfurt, Harry Kane said he respects Bayern Munich as a top club, however, his full focus is on Spurs.

    Bayern have been looking to replace Robert Lewandowski who left in the summer and see Harry Kane as the ideal successor. They will reportedly go all out for him next season.

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    Bayern Munich in pole position for Leverkusen starlet

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    According to El Nacional, Bayern Munich is leading the race for Bayer Leverkusen starlet Florian Wirtz.

    Wirtz is touted as the next big German talent already being compared with the likes of previous Bayer Leverkusen graduates Julian Brandt and Kai Havertz.

    Real Madrid are also looking to sign Wirtz, however the report states that Bayern Munich are favourites.

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    Manchester City join Jamal Musiala race

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    As per CalcioMercato, Manchester City have joined the race for the signature of Bayern Munich midfielder Jamal Musiala.

    The 19-year-old's impressive start to the season has reportedly attracted interest from many clubs including Manchester City's rival Liverpool. However, Bayern Munich have no interest in selling Musiala.

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    Bayern Munich prioritise Kane; not following Vlahović

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    Bayern Munich are looking to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane next year, and aren't in the market for Juventus star Dušan Vlahović, reports German TV station "Sport 1" (via tuttojuve).

    Since Robert Lewandowski left for Barcelona in the summer, Bayern Munich have been searching for his successor. They have identified Kane as his replacement and will go all-out for him next year.

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    Bayern Munich after Troyes Under-19 starlet

    According to transfermercato, Bayern Munich are looking to sign Troyes Under-19 starlet Moses Turay for their B-team.

    Turay has impressed for the Under-19 squad this season, scoring 2 goals and providing 2 assists. Bayern will have to compete with seven other clubs, including Lazio and OGC Nice, for his transfer.

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    Bayern Munich set to rival PSG in Dušan Vlahović race

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    Bayern Munich are ready to compete with PSG for the signature of Juventus striker Dušan Vlahović, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via ilbianconero).

    The Bavarians boast a strong squad, but the absence of a genuine striker has been an obvious weakness since Robert Lewandowski's departure to Barcelona. This has led to their interest in Vlahović who is also reportedly a PSG target.

    However, the Italian giants have no plans to sell their prized striker, and are ready to reject any offer out of hand, with the player under contract at Allianz Stadium until 2026.

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    Bayern 'briefly discussed' potential Ronaldo signing

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    Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn admitted that the Bundesliga giants considered a move for wantaway Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer, but the Bavarians were quick to rule out signing the Portuguese global icon when Jorge Mendes offered his client.

    Speaking to Bild, Bayern CEO Kahn said: "We briefly discussed Ronaldo at Bayern and Dortmund probably did too. Of course, superstars like Ronaldo are an important factor in attracting attention to the league. He is one of the greatest of the last decade. But we quickly dismissed that."

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    Coman addresses PSG rumour

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    Kingsley Coman has been linked with a return to former club PSG, having left Paris in 2014.

    In an interview with Rothen s'enflamme, the Bayern Munich Winger addressed these rumours. He said a return can't be dismissed, but he is currently focused on Bayern. Coman extended his contract with Bayern Munich till 2027 earlier this year.

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    Lautaro Martinez's agent addresses Bayern speculation

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    Inter Milan and Argentine forward Lautaro Martinez has been heavily linked to Bayern Munich.

    And the striker’s agent has addressed the speculation linking him to Bayern while speaking to TYCSports. He said that it was not surprising that Martinez is linked to Bayern but he is focused on Inter currently.  

    The agent also stated that they received crazy bids last summer for Martinez and did not rule out a future move away from San Siro. 

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    Nagelsmann finds support from Bayern board

    Bayern CEO Olivier Kahn and the club board are believed to have full confidence in their manager Julian Nagelsmann. According to Bild, Kahn has publicly come out in support of Nagelsmann.

    Although Bayern have performed exceptionally well in the Champions League, they have struggled in the Bundesliga. They are currently third in the league and there have been question marks raised over Julian Nagelsmann's future.

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    Bayern not interested in Jude Bellingham

    Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has stated that the reigning Bundesliga Champions will not be joining the race to sign England star Jude Bellingham in 2023.

    Bellingham, 19, is contracted with Dortmund until 2025, but top clubs across the continent are already credited with an interest in the young midfielder. He's been linked heavily with the likes of Liverpool, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern and Chelsea. However, it seems Bayern are not interested in him.

    The Telegraph has recently claimed that Bellingham will cost around £130 million.

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    Bayern confident of signing Laimer on a free

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    Bayern are reportedly very confident of obtaining the signature of midfielder Konrad Laimer on a free transfer.

    According to Fabrizio Romano, Julian Nagelsmann has wanted the player since last summer and they might obtain his services in June 2023 for free. 

    Bayern almost signed Laimer in the summer but the deal fell apart.

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    Transfer Gurus: How Bayern Munich have sold players worth €560m

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    Bayern Munich are generally not known as a selling club. However, the German giants recently sold their star striker, Robert Lewandowski, to Barcelona for a record fee of €45m.

    Although Bayern Munich has purchased some of the biggest names across Europe, they have also sold players on a profit.

    Even though a few players have left for free, the Bavarians have racked around €560m from sales.

    GOAL takes a look at Bayern Munich’s top 10 player sales, including the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Toni Kroos, Thiago, and Mats Hummels.

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    Jamal Musiala targeted by Liverpool

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    Bayern Munich wonderkid Jamal Musiala has been linked with a move to Anfield, according to the Express.

    The German midfielder has been in exceptional form this season and has caught the eye of Liverpool's recruitment team. The report suggests that Bayern might be willing to sell the 19-year-old to Liverpool if the English club splashes the big bucks.

    The German international is regarded as one of the brightest talents in European football.