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FC Barcelona is said to be interested in FCB loan player Joao Cancelo. Lothar Matthäus talks about Leroy Sané’s lack of discipline. The news and rumors about FC Bayern Munich.

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FC Bayern Munich, rumor: FC Barcelona apparently on Joao Cancelo

The Portuguese international, who has been on loan from Manchester City to FC Bayern since the winter, still faces an unclear future. According to a report by sky there is now a new prospect for Cancelo in FC Barcelona.

Accordingly, Barca asked if Cancelo was on him. However, none of that would help if Bayern took the option to buy Cancelo for 70 million euros.

The full-back recently agreed to this Oh Jogo: “I don’t know if they’ll pull these, but while I’m here I’ll do my best.”

Sky had previously reported that this amount was out of the question for FCB. Rather, Bayern ManCity would negotiate freely should they decide to keep Cancelo in Munich.

FC Bayern Munich, News: Benjamin Pavard’s advisor talks about the future

For a long time it was assumed that Benjamin Pavard could leave Bayern Munich in the summer. Now the situation seems to have changed. This was confirmed by Pavard’s adviser Joseph Mohan at the Italian portal TuttoMercatoWeb.

According to Mohan, Pavard “has changed a lot since Julian Nagelsmann moved him from the right-back position to his original role of centre-back”. The agent continued: “In his position, which is in the middle of defence, he has found calm and composure and is undoubtedly happy there.”

In addition, the consultant looked to the future with clear words: “It is clear that now that Benjamin is playing the role he is entitled to, something will change for him too. I can say that after the two important Champions Leagues -matches with Bayern and will talk about it.”

FC Bayern Munich, News: Lothar Matthäus about Leroy Sané

Leroy Sané from FC Bayern has not been called up for the international matches of the German national team. For FCB legend and TV expert Lothar Matthäus, this could have a specific reason.

“I do think that he (national coach Hansi Flick, editor’s note) doesn’t like lack of discipline like Leroy Sané’s late arrival at Bayern and that could also have an impact if he doesn’t turn it off. Something like that bothers every team and leads unnecessary discussions,” Matthew wrote in his column sky.

Flick had previously explained that Sané was not taken into account for the upcoming international matches with currently rather low chances of being used. “The big season finale is coming up, but it’s also important for us that the players don’t just train, but play. Not all of us would have had that opportunity,” said Flick on Monday.

FC Bayern Munich, News: Benedikt Höwedes talks about Thomas Müller

Rio world champion Benedikt Höwedes sees Thomas Müller as an important building block for the success of the German national team. “I think Thomas can still be an incredibly important player for a team. He’s an incredibly communicative player who moves in different groups in the national team and always lets all the players flow into one unit,” said Höwedes in the ran Bundesliga web show.

Müller (33) was not called up by national coach Hansi Flick for the international matches against Peru on Saturday (8.45 p.m.) in Mainz and three days later against Belgium in Cologne. Flick initially wants to give young staff a chance. According to Höwedes, Müller is “so experienced that he can handle it”.

With regard to the home EM 2024, Höwedes, whose contract as team manager of the German national team expired in December for “family reasons”, recommends relying on the “players in the best form. If that’s the case with Thomas, then it’s not because that the others didn’t perform”.

FC Bayern Munich, News: FCB women want to “deliver fireworks” against Arsenal

Bayern Munich’s footballers want to further underpin their title ambitions in the demanding Champions League duel with Arsenal. “I do believe that there is a lot possible for us this year,” said midfielder Sarah Zadrazil ahead of Tuesday’s quarter-final first leg (6:45 p.m.).

The third appearance in the Allianz Arena was “by no means routine” for the German runners-up, the Austrian international assured, but rather motivation: “We see that as enormous appreciation. We are highly motivated and want to deliver fireworks again. I’m happy looking forward to a really cool fight.”

Coach Alexander Straus expects a kind of look in the mirror in the first knockout round against an opponent “who is similar to our team in terms of playing style, they have similar individual quality, structure, dynamics”. A lot will depend on the duels in midfield against the English runners-up, said the Norwegian and added confidently: “They have a strong team, but they also have respect for us.”

FC Bayern Munich: The next games of FCB

date and venue Opponent
Sat., April 1, 6.30 p.m. (Allianz Arena) Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga)
Tuesday, April 4, 8:45 p.m. (Allianz Arena) SC Freiburg (DFB Cup)
Sat., April 8th, 3.30 p.m. (Europa-Park Stadium) SC Freiburg (Bundesliga)