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“Excellent” squad? That’s what Julian Nagelsmann says



"Excellent" squad?  That's what Julian Nagelsmann says

Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann reacted to Oliver Kahn’s statement that FCB had an “excellent” squad. However, he did not want to say anything about the situation at Leon Goretzka. Meanwhile there was the next defeat in the test. News and rumors about Bayern can be found here.

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FC Bayern, News: That’s what Nagelsmann says about his squad

Despite mixed preparations and numerous injuries, CEO Oliver Kahn described the FC Bayern squad as “excellent” and sees no need for newcomers. Julian Nagelsmann commented on these statements after the game against Naples.

“We have never seen the full squad in this preparation. It will be completed on Monday. As a football club, however, we have the task of always sounding out the transfer market. That would not have changed even with four wins. We always have to be on the See the market to see what makes us better or takes us further, “the new coach contradicted his superior, at least a little.

If no transfer can be realized on the market, “we have a good squad. But you can always optimize. Every coach in the world subscribes to that.” Above all, Nagelsmann hopes that the missing players will “come back quickly”.

Kingsley Coman retired early against Napoli due to a bruised rib, but Nagelsmann does not expect a long downtime. Previously, Niklas Süle, Lucas Hernandez, Alphonso Davies and Marc Roca were all out. Corentin Tolisso fell ill with Corona. In the coming week, with captain Manuel Neuer, Thomas Müller and Joshua Kimmich, the last national players will join the team training.

FC Bayern, News: Nagelsmann “confident” at Goretzka

Leon Goretzka’s contract expires after the upcoming season, if Nagelsmann goes, the midfielder will continue to play for FC Bayern for a long time. However, the coach did not want to reveal any details about the state of affairs.

“I’m not involved in the contract negotiations, so I stay out of it. As a coach, I have to do the sporting part,” he said on Sunday when asked by SPOX and Goal. “Of course I also spoke to Leon and told him what I wanted to do with him and that I would be very happy if he would extend it. I am confident that he will stay with us longer than the last year of the contract.”

Nagelsmann had previously emphasized that he was hoping for a “common era”. “He’s an outstanding midfielder, one of the most dangerous goals in Europe, but he also has the potential to improve.” President Herbert Hainer said in a media round SPOX and Goal that he hopes for an agreement in the coming week.

FC Bayern, News: FCB loses dress rehearsal against Naples

FC Bayern also suffered a defeat at the dress rehearsal before the start of the season. FCB lost 3-0 to SSC Napoli, although some stars such as Robert Lewandowski, Serge Gnabry and Leon Goretzka played in the first half.

The goals for the Italians were scored by Victor Osimhen (70th / 71st) and Zinedine Machach (85th). Also against 1. FC Köln (2: 3), Borussia Mönchengladbach (0: 2) and Ajax Amsterdam (2: 2) it was not enough for a win. Before the first two goals, Michael Cuisance afforded frivolous ball losses.

The reactions of those involved after the game:

  • Julian Nagelsmann: “Of course it doesn’t feel good. The first half was decent. We were the better team and did very well. In the last third we didn’t create that many chances, but we still had two decent ones. In the second We actually scored three own goals at halftime. I’m glad that the national team are back and have collected 45 minutes, which was important. Now three valuable players will come back on Monday and then we can train together for the first time. “
  • Serge Gnabry: “Of course you’re a bit frustrated. You always make up your mind to win the games. Now it’s time to practice certain processes together. We haven’t done that that often until now. Then it will all come. We have been there for almost a week and it’s clear that not everything is going to work out. That’s why we need a little more time and more games, and then we’ll get back together. “

FC Bayern: arrivals and departures for the 2021/22 season

Accesses Departures
Dayot Upamecano (RB Leipzig, 42.5 million euros) David Alaba (Real Madrid)
Omar Richards (Reading FC, free transfer) Jerome Boateng (destination unknown)
Christian Früchtl (1. FC Nürnberg, end of loan) Javi Martinez (Qatar SC)
Chris Richards (TSG Hoffenheim, end of loan) Tiago Dantas (Benfica, end of loan)
Michael Cuisance (Olymp. Marseille, end of loan) Jann-Fiete Arp (Holstein Kiel, loan)
Joshua Zirkzee (Parma FC, loan end) Alexander Nübel (AS Monaco, loan)
Lars Lukas Mai (Darmstadt 98, loan end) Adrian Fein (Greuther Fürth, loan)

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