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FC Bayern Munich, news and rumours: Rice not a six?



FC Bayern Munich, news and rumours: Rice not a six?

Is Bayern’s request transfer Declan Rice not a six? Lothar Matthäus counters criticism from Uli Hoeneß. In addition, a top talent is said to have canceled FC Bayern Munich. The news and rumors about FCB.

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FC Bayern, News: No six? Ex-West Ham assistant manager on Rice

Former West Ham United coach Alan Irvine told ran that he could well imagine Declan Rice prevailing in the Bundesliga. “He would certainly be able to move to Germany. Playing abroad is a fantastic thing for any footballer and the Bundesliga is also in good financial shape,” he explains.

However, the former mentor of Declan Rice, who got him into the first team at West Ham United, apparently assesses his position differently than Bayern Munich. “Of course Declan can play great on the six, that’s absolutely out of the question,” he agreed with the Bayern bosses, who apparently want to get him for the role behind Joshua Kimmich. “But it’s like having a fantastic sports car and driving it very slowly.”

Rice is then still a “fantastic sports car, but you don’t get the best out of it”. Alan Irvine sees his former protégé much more at home in the eighth position, which Kimmich should take up with FCB and initially also with the national team. As a young player, Rice liked Frank Lampard, but Irvine advised him: “You’re not Frank Lampard to me, but you COULD be Steven Gerrard!” However, the competition would be great on the eight – and FC Bayern’s six-man gap is still not filled.

FC Bayern, News: Uli Hoeneß expresses “great concerns” about Saudi Arabia

Uli Hoeneß is facing each other sky expressed concern about the flow of money into football from the Middle East. In addition, the 71-year-old honorary president of FC Bayern Munich commented on the transfer planning, newcomer Raphael Guerreiro. You can find the whole message here.

FC Bayern, News: “Nonsense!” – Lothar Matthäus counters Uli Hoeneß

In his sky-Interview, Hoeneß also commented on Lothar Matthäus and his statements that Bayern would give up “four to five players”, including “German national players”. Hoeneß explained that he wanted to “cut off Matthäus’ channels, and Lothar will also receive less information in the next twelve months”.

“This statement is nonsense, sorry!”, the record national player countered on Sunday evening Picture. “I never received any information from FC Bayern,” he emphasized. So nothing can be cut off from him. “I see things on the pitch, I talk to people. I talk about what I see. But I didn’t get anything.” He also sees “that the team isn’t working or that the mood is bad.”

FC Bayern, News: Hoeneß on the sports director search

In addition to his many comments on football in general, Uli Hoeneß also specifically addressed the topic of the search for sports directors. While Karl-Heinz Rummenigge announced on Saturday that they wanted to announce the new sports director “in the not too distant future”, Hoeneß is focusing on the future: “We want to take our time until Christmas,” he explained sky.

His opinion of Max Eberl, whom he “likes a lot” as he once did Süddeutsche Zeitung revealed that he had “not changed”, but he did not want to comment on any names. “We’re on schedule and have some ideas. But they can’t be realized overnight. Karl-Heinz and I have promised to help out until this position is filled.”

FC Bayern, rumours: Nagelsmann’s team psychologist is likely to be fired

About two and a half months after Julian Nagelsmann, FC Bayern Munich is apparently also separating from the team psychologist Dr. Maximilian Pelka, like him table football reported. Pelka previously worked for three years in the Fortuna Düsseldorf youth academy and most recently for four years at RB Leipzig, where he also worked under Nagelsmann.

In the summer of 2021, the ex-coach brought him to Munich. According to the report, some players were surprised that Pelka remained responsible for Thomas Tuchel despite Nagelsmann’s dismissal.

FC Bayern, News: Alphonso Davies talks about his future

After his advisor Nick Huoseh had previously given Real Madrid hope for a transfer from Alphonso Davies, Bayern’s star left-back now expressed himself quite differently. He could even imagine ending his career in the FCB jersey. “If it comes to that, why not? Bayern is one of the biggest clubs in the world,” said the Canadian in an interview with the television station TSN“It’s a great feeling to play for a club like this. I want to be a part of it and give everything for the club.”

He also spoke out against the rumors that Hasan Salihamidzic’s departure will affect his future. “But that doesn’t really affect the players. We go out and play our game. At the moment it’s just important to play for the team,” Davies clarified.

Additionally, Davies spoke on the podcast sayless about the past: Before his time in Bayern, he almost switched to FC Barcelona. When it burst, he was “devastated”. He learned from the press that the deal didn’t go through because he came from Canada – Barça President Josep Maria Bartomeu at the time didn’t want that. However, he could not verify whether this is true.

FC Bayern, rumours: Nuremberg talent probably cancels FCB

At 17, Can Uzun is a coveted top talent. He currently plays for 1. FC Nürnberg and FC Bayern Munich is said to have been interested in the center forward recently. But Uzun is said to have now decided against the record champions, how Picture reported .. The reason: There he would only be intended for the second team. Uzun apparently wants to establish himself directly in professional football. The German-Turk, who was born in Regensburg, made three appearances in Nuremberg’s final spurt of the season and collected a total of 75 professional minutes. Last season he was top scorer in the A-Junior Bundesliga South/Southwest with 15 goals in 15 games (also 5 assists). He scored five more goals in three games in the junior DFB Cup.

Bundesliga: Leading group after matchday 34

Place team Sp. Gates differential pt.
1. Bayern Munich 34 92:38 54 71
2. Borussia Dortmund 34 83:44 39 71
3. RB Leipzig 34 64:41 23 66
4. Union Berlin 34 51:38 13 62
5. Freiburg 34 51:44 7 59