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FC Bayern Munich, news and rumours: Interested in bench press Sarr?



Benjamin Pavard sends a challenge to the competition.

FC Bayern Munich could apparently still get rid of bench press Bouna Sarr. Meanwhile, Benjamin Pavard was aggressive. All the news about Bayern today.

Here you will find the news and rumors of the previous day.

FC Bayern, rumor: Interested in bench press Sarr?

FC Bayern could possibly still find a buyer for bench press Bouna Sarr. Like the French portal Footmercato reported, several international clubs are said to have asked Sarr about his situation. Specifically, OSC Lille and Girondins Bordeaux from France as well as AS Roma and CFC Genoa from Italy are mentioned.

The 29-year-old right-back is currently at the Africa Cup of Nations with Senegal. Sarr previously announced that he wanted to use the tournament to gain match practice and draw attention to himself. In October 2020, Sarr switched from Olympique Marseille to Bayern for around eight million euros, but has not yet been able to assert himself. In the current season, Sarr even slipped behind home-grown Josip Stanisic in the ranking at times.

FC Bayern, News: Pavard sends a declaration of war to PSG and Co.

In the battle with the international top clubs, Benjamin Pavard broke a lance for FC Bayern and sent a clear declaration of war on clubs like Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Co.

“Bayern Munich is the best German club and has the ambition to win trophies, including the Champions League. I hope that at the end of the year we can show that we are the best team in the world,” Pavard told French TV -Channel Telefoot.

According to Pavard, there is no reason for Munich to show too much respect for their competitors, some of whom are financially superior. “We’re Bayern Munich, one of the best teams in the world. We’re not afraid of Real, we’re not afraid of Paris,” he said.

FC Bayern, rumor: duel with BVB for top talent?

FC Bayern and Borussia Dortmund are apparently in a duel for storm talent Adam Hlozek. As the image reported, Bayern’s sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has already dealt intensively with the 19-year-old from Sparta Prague. However, Hlozek would initially only remain in the reserve role behind the now two-time world footballer Robert Lewandowski.

It would be completely different at BVB, at least if Erling Haaland actually left the club in the summer. The fact that former BVB star Tomas Rosicky has been sports director at Sparta since 2018 could play into the hands of Dortmund.

Hlozek, already a senior Czech international, has scored five goals and eleven assists in 18 league games for Prague this season. He also scored once in the Europa League. Last season he became the top scorer in the Czech Republic.

FC Bayern: Lewandowski again voted world footballer

Bayern Munich star striker Robert Lewandowski has reached the top of football for the second time in a row. As in 2020, the 33-year-old Polish national player was voted World Player of the Year on Monday.

“Thank you, thank you. I’m very honored and proud. The trophy is also for my teammates. Everything that happened last year, the Bundesliga record, I never dared to dream of,” said Bayern Munich’s scorer, overjoyed touched after CEO Oliver Kahn, surrounded by coach Julian Nagelsmann and sports director Hasan Salihamidzic, presented him with the coveted winner’s cup with the silver ball as a “crown”.

FC Bayern, News: Müller names “most extreme moment”

Thomas Müller has now been a part of FC Bayern’s professional team for 13 years, but the 2012 Champions League final against Chelsea is what has been burned deeply into the memory of the veteran. At that time, the Munich team lost on penalties in their own stadium.

In the final phase, Müller supposedly put his colors on the road to victory when he scored the 1-0 lead that was overdue at the time.

“Everyone on the team thinks: Now we’ve done it! It’s like in Hollywood movies when the lightbulbs suddenly shine very, very brightly, just before they burst. That’s how it feels in the stadium and, I think, in the whole city,” Müller wrote in a column time online: “That was the most extreme moment of my career.”

The joy was short-lived, however, as Chelsea’s Didier Drogba headed in the equalizer just before the end. “The difference was extreme: between the feeling of happiness at the goal, which I have never experienced in my career, and my negative feeling later,” said Müller. This day “really hurt” the whole Bayern family.

FC Bayern Munich: The upcoming games

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Sunday, January 23, 5:30 p.m Bundesliga Hertha BSC (Away)
Saturday, February 5th, 6.30 p.m Bundesliga RB Leipzig (home)
Saturday, February 12, 3:30 p.m Bundesliga VfL Bochum (Away)
Wednesday, February 16, 9 p.m Champions League RB Salzburg (Away)
Sunday, February 20, 3:30 p.m Bundesliga SpVgg Greuther Furth (home)