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FC Bayern Munich: Bundesliga keeper apparently in FCB’s sights



New developments on the goalkeeper construction site

FC Bayern Munich is apparently also looking at Oliver Baumann from TSG Hoffenheim in its search for a new keeper. He reports that table football and points out that the 33-year-old was already a transfer candidate in winter.

At that time Manuel Neuer broke his lower leg, he was finally replaced by Yann Sommer from Borussia Mönchengladbach. The 34-year-old Swiss is now facing a move to Inter Milan. Because Neuer’s comeback will probably be delayed, FC Bayern is looking for a new keeper.

Baumann’s contract runs until next summer. In Munich he would meet an old acquaintance in goalkeeper coach Michaelrechner. At the instigation of coach Julian Nagelsmann,rechner moved to Munich in the winter. Apart from FC Bayern, OGC Nice and FC Sevilla are said to be interested in Baumann.

At FC Bayern, the Georgian Giorgi Mamardashvili from FC Valencia (22), Thomas Strakosha from FC Brentford (28) and Dominik Kotarski (23) from PAOK Saloniki were traded in the course of the goalkeeper search.

Alexander Nübel: New offer from VfB Stuttgart?

In addition to Sommer, Alexander Nübel will probably also leave the club. VfB Stuttgart would like to loan him out for the coming season and have therefore made a second improved offer for the goalkeeper, according to consistent reports. Loud sky the Swabians offer less than one million euros rental fee, sports1 reports exactly one million. FC Bayern have not yet responded to the offer.

sky reports that Nübel can well imagine a move to VfB. However, with the English second division team Leeds United, another club is in the running for him. The English would like to make a permanent commitment to Nübel, but according to the report they have not yet put an offer on the negotiating table.

Interesting: In the new squad list on the FC Bayern homepage, Nübel has not even been assigned a jersey number – unlike the four other keepers Manuel Neuer, Yann Sommer, Sven Ulreich and Johannes Schenk.