Thomas Müller also supported Leroy Sane, who was booed by Bayern fans, after the game against 1. FC Köln. Marc Roca is about to return to team training. All news and rumors about FCB at a glance.
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FC Bayern: Müller also protects Sane after whistles
In the 3-2 win against 1. FC Köln, Leroy Sane was replaced after a mixed performance at halftime. Some FC Bayern Munich supporters reacted with malicious applause when the stadium announcer announced that Jamal Musiala had been substituted for Sane. Before that, there had already been a few whistles.
FC Bayern: Roca before returning to team training
Marc Roca will soon be available again for FC Bayern Munich. According to information from SPOX and Goal, the 24-year-old is expected back in the record champions’ team training earlier this week.
After the international break at the beginning of September, the midfielder is expected to be able to play again.
The Spaniard had torn an ankle ligament during preparation for the season and missed all test and first competitive games as a result.
Farewell rumors had also surfaced again recently. Any reports that the record champions are open to a sale or loan from Roca can SPOX and do not confirm goal.
Roca should get a fair chance under Julian Nagelsmann, his situation will only be reassessed in winter. This has been communicated to the players’ side several times in the past few weeks.
FC Bayern: Bremer SV wins first league game
Bayern Munich’s first round opponent in the DFB Cup, Bremer SV, won their first league game 3-1 against Blumenthaler SV last Saturday. The fifth division team scored all goals in the last quarter of an hour and turned a backlog.
The cup game originally planned for the beginning of August had been canceled due to officially ordered quarantine measures at the Bremen site.
A catch-up date has already been set. Next Wednesday the game will kick off in Bremen’s Weser Stadium at 8.15 p.m.
According to kicker Nagelsmann will probably use the catch-up game of the first round to rotate larger for the first time and, above all, to give the players a break whose preparation was the shortest.