Adrian Fein on loan to newly promoted Bundesliga club Greuther Fürth
FC Bayern has loaned midfielder Adrian Fein to Bundesliga promoted Greuther Fürth for one season. Both clubs announced this on Wednesday afternoon.
“Adrian has shown his qualities at PSV Eindhoven, Hamburger SV and in Regensburg and has developed very well. We are very pleased that he can now play for SpVgg Greuther Fürth in the Bundesliga and also confirms the path we have taken with Adrian go, “said FCB board member Hasan Salihamidzic.
Fürth’s sporting director, Rachid Azzouzi, is delighted with the new addition: “Adrian fits in perfectly with our requirement profile and is an absolute asset to us in the central midfield. He has now made a clear decision in favor of us and the path that we have shown him. ”
Last season Fein was loaned to PSV Eindhoven, where he played, among other things, three games in the Europa League. The professional had run through all of the DFB’s U national teams since the U18. Fein explains: “I’ve heard a lot of positive things from the team and the club and I’m now looking forward to getting to know everyone and then starting the Bundesliga season together.”
FC Bayern – News: World champion advises FCB to Federico Chiesa
FC Bayern is currently pursuing an austerity course that makes larger transfers very unlikely. But that doesn’t stop observers from bringing bigger names into the conversation.
One of them is European champion Federico Chiesa, whom coach Julian Nagelsmann recently praised, but at the same time emphasized that this comes with a high price tag. One that is justified, however, as the 2006 world champion Cristian Zaccardo compared Sport1 betrayed.
“Chiesa never gives up, is quick, attacks the opponent and tries often to shoot. He has a lot of personality. The money spent on him is justified. He was one of the best players at Juventus this year so he could be a Bayern player Be Munich, even if it costs a lot. ”
Nagelsmann recently told the opposite picture: “He’s a great player because he embodies unbelievable vigor and dynamism. I’ve known him for a long time and find him outstanding because he’s so carefree, often dribbling and looking for a degree very quickly.”
It is more likely that this will not make a transfer to Munich, although Italian media did not have the 23-year-old on their wish list until shortly after the European Championship final on Sunday, in which Chiesa played strongly.
Unlike the record champions, Chelsea are said to have already put out feelers to Chiesa. The picture reported on Wednesday. Accordingly, Chelsea asked Juventus and made an offer to start negotiations in the amount of 100 million euros. However, Juventus immediately rejected all requests.
FC Bayern – Rumor: FCB puts out feelers for England talent
Larger transfers seem to be almost impossible at Bayern at the moment, so the focus is currently apparently more on talent. One of them could currently still be playing on the island.
How The Athletic reports, Thierry Small is said to be a name that Munich has now targeted. The 16-year-old is a full-back in the youth team at Everton and is said to be about to leave. In the preseason he made 13 games for the Toffees U23.
However, the Munich team could be too late in this regard, as both Arsenal and Manchester United have great interest and are considered favorites, according to the portal.
FC Bayern – Rumor: Test matches in front of 20,000 spectators
A short time ago there was talk of the fact that only 1500 spectators would be admitted to the upcoming test matches of FC Bayern in Munich’s Allianz Arena. But loud picture is said to have changed now. According to the paper, Munich can sell up to 20,000 tickets.
Specifically, it’s about the home games against Ajax Amsterdam (July 24th), Borussia Mönchengladbach (July 28th) and SSC Napoli (July 31st).
Meanwhile, this also corresponds to the recently passed ordinance, according to which a maximum of 35 percent – or 20,000 spectators – of the stadium capacity may be used in Bavaria. The regulation is now also valid in the Bundesliga from August. In the other federal states, the total admissible capacity is as high as 25,000 viewers, which Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn rated as “injustice”.
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