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FC Bayern, news and rumours: criticism of Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sané



FC Bayern, news and rumours: criticism of Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sané

Bayern President Herbert Hainer has made a plea for Jamal Musiala to stay in the long-term. A DFB legend takes on two Bayern stars. The future in the storm center continues to cause discussions. News and rumors about FC Bayern can be found here.

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FC Bayern, News: Hrubesch criticizes Gnabry and Sané

Former center forward Horst Hrubesch is critical of the performance of internationals Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sané. “When I see his chances in the league and at the World Cup,” Hrubesch wrote in his table footballColumn about Gnabry, “he just has to be horny to score goals. I blame him for not using these chances consistently. Sané is also brilliant at times, at times underground.”

However, the 1980 European champion basically believes in FC Bayern’s attacking duo. “Over time, they all become more experienced and understand it. Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery gradually grew in Munich, and Gnabry and Sane also have great quality,” he said. Also because of these two players, the DFB selection “generally does not have to be based on the opponent”, but can play their game.

FC Bayern: “Don’t give up Musiala”

Bayern President Herbert Hainer has made it clear that the club is in no way concerned with saying goodbye to jewel Jamal Musiala: “We’re not giving him away anyway. He wants to be the best in the world and we at Bayern will see him on this path support and accompany. Together we can achieve great things,” said Hainer tzasked about the rapid market value development of the midfielder.

You can also see at the World Cup “what extraordinary quality this young guy has. I also like his approach, he says: ‘Hey, I want to be the best player in the world!’ That’s lived Mia san Mia, at the age of 19, he quickly accepted it here with us.”

Musiala recently stated that he is striving for the highest goals, both individually and as a team, including winning the Ballon d’Or at some point. In general, according to Hainer, Musiala’s public image has changed: “Last year he was called the shy Bambi – that’s over. Jamal brings temperament to every game. He has a clear expectation of himself what he wants to achieve in football. And of ability he’s one of the greatest talents in the world.”

According to numerous media reports, international prospects are queuing up for the midfielder, who is tied until 2026 Mundo Deportivo linked to Real Madrid. There he could form the midfield of the future together with Eduardo Camavinga and Federico Valverde. However, Jude Bellingham is also traded there by the rival from Dortmund.

FC Bayern: Discussions about occupation of the storm?

At Bayern there are apparently still lively discussions about how the future occupation of the striker position should look like. Noisy table football internally, it was surprisingly noted that noble reservist Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting worked so well as a regular, as this was only a reaction to the numerous failures.

What this will look like in the second half of the season after the return of Thomas Müller, who was absent before the break, seems completely open – especially since his traditional position behind the strikers is practically firmly assigned to Jamal Musiala.

In general, those responsible are already looking ahead to the coming summer: Talks are already being held with Choupo-Moting about a possible contract extension beyond the season, but the commitment of a real nine of format enjoys “top priority”.

Specifically, there is interest in Tottenham’s Harry Kane, where Spurs are working on an extension. While players like Sasa Kalajdzic or Cristiano Ronaldo are not an issue at all, the name Niclas Füllkrug has recently become hotter. Compared to Choupo-Moting, the salary costs at Bremen are likely to be significantly lower.

FC Bayern Munich: FCB’s first games in 2023

date time contest Opponent
13th January tbd test match RB Salzburg
January 20th 8.30 p.m Bundesliga RB Leipzig (A)
January 24th 8.30 p.m Bundesliga 1. FC Cologne (H)
January 28th 6.30 p.m Bundesliga Eintracht Frankfurt (H)