Cristiano Ronaldo apparently wants to continue moving to Bayern Munich. Tottenham Hotspur want to speed up contract talks with Bayern’s alleged transfer target Harry Kane. All the important news and rumors about FCB can be found here.
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FC Bayern, News: Cristiano Ronaldo probably wants to continue with FCB
Cristiano Ronaldo wants information from SPOX and GOAL left Manchester United. FCB CEO Oliver Kahn only renewed the refusal to transfer the Portuguese a few days ago, but the rumors don’t stop – and CR7 is apparently still interested in a move to Munich.
At least that’s what the journalist Pedro Sepulveda reports on twitterworking for the Portuguese TV channel SIC Notices is working. Accordingly, Ronaldo landed in Manchester on Monday evening to discuss his future with United – including him Guardians reports about it. Ronaldo wants to move on to FC Bayern, but the German record champions are currently not interested in a transfer.
“I love Cristiano Ronaldo and everyone knows what a fantastic player he is. But every club has a certain philosophy and I’m not sure if it would be the right signal for Bayern and the Bundesliga if we let him now would get,” Kahn said and added: “Such a change does not necessarily fit the ideas that we are pursuing here at Bayern.”
Sports director Hasan Salihamidzic had previously confirmed that Ronaldo is not an issue on Säbener Straße. According to reports, CR7 consultant Jorge Mendes even offered his clients to Bayern. Ronaldo’s goal is to play in the Champions League again next season. The Red Devils clearly missed this in the past season.
FC Bayern, News: This is how Tottenham wants to deal with FCB goal Harry Kane
In recent weeks, rumors have intensified that Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur should be a candidate for FC Bayern for the coming season. “He’s under contract with Tottenham. Sure, an absolute top striker, but that’s all a dream of the future,” said CEO Oliver Kahn recently picture on sunday.
Now he reports London Evening Standardthat Spurs are considering accelerating negotiations for a new deal with the forward given Bayern’s potential interest in Kane. Under no circumstances do Tottenham want to end up in a situation where speculation about Kane’s future increases as his contract expires.
Kane is under contract with the north Londoners until 2024.
FC Bayern, News: Noussair Mazraoui on the differences to Ajax
Bayern newcomer Noussair Mazraoui said in an interview with the Munich daily tz talked about the differences between his new club and ex-club Ajax Amsterdam.
“Every preparation is exhausting. The German style is different than the one I’m used to,” said Mazraoui and added: “The intensity is higher. The preparation is shorter this year, so far we’ve had two weeks of training. In a short time time, you have to reach the same level of fitness that I usually develop in five weeks at my ex-club.”
The right-back also gave an insight into his life as a devout Muslim. He prays five times a day, Mazraoui said. “It helps me a lot to deal with things that don’t go according to plan on the one hand, but also develop in my favor on the other. This way of thinking helps me to go through life.”
The 24-year-old will also fast during Ramadan. “It’s okay, but sometimes it’s very tiring. A lot of people don’t know what their bodies are capable of. The body can do a lot if the how is big enough. It doesn’t affect my performance. Sometimes I even show during Ramadan better performances. Because it’s a holy month. My faith gives me strength and also pushes me on the pitch,” Mazraoui said.
FC Bayern, News: Lothar Matthäus with advice to FCB
Ex-Bayern player Lothar Matthäus wrote in his column sky advised the German record champions to sell players. He was of the opinion “that the Bayern squad needs to be thinned out a little”. Because: “Otherwise there are quite good players in the stands week after week. Players who have also delivered in the past when they were needed,” continued the 61-year-old.
“If Konrad Laimer also moves to Munich, then there will be an oversupply on offense and in central midfield,” believes Matthäus and looks ahead: “I can well imagine two or three players leaving the club, and that too the balance, competition and energy of training is positively tense but not overly uncomfortable.”