FC Augsburg reportedly want to borrow Mathys Tel. The Munich are said to be interested in João Neves. And: The new CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen approaches the employees. Here you can find news and rumors about FC Bayern.
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FC Bayern, rumor: FC Augsburg wants to borrow Mathys Tel
FC Augsburg would like to borrow Mathys Tel from FC Bayern Munich in the summer. That reports the sports picture. Accordingly, the Fuggerstadt want to lure the FCB talent with the prospect of more playing time.
In his first season in Munich, Tel, who switched from Stade Rennes to FCB in the summer of 2022 for 20 million euros, made 22 Bundesliga appearances in which he scored five goals. However, he was only once in the starting XI in the league and only twice played longer than 30 minutes.
As a replacement for Robert Lewandowski, who moved to FC Barcelona, Bayern initially relied on Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and, after his injury in the second half of the season, on players like Thomas Müller in the middle of the attack. In most cases, Tel was only able to sit on the substitutes’ bench, which he usually only left for short assignments in the last minutes of a game.
FC Bayern, rumour: Interested in Portugal talent João Neves
According to the Portuguese sports newspaper, FC Bayern Munich is interested A bola for João Neves from champions Benfica. The 18-year-old midfielder is under contract with the Lisbon club until 2028.
Although the working paper is still valid for a long time, according to the report, Benfica wants to extend it again with Neves in order to further increase the fixed transfer fee of 60 million euros.
In addition to FC Bayern, the Wolverhampton Wanderers, who already have numerous Portuguese players in their squad, should be interested in Neves.
The talent was used in 17 league games and three Champions League duels in the championship season.
FC Bayern, rumor: no chance of getting Eberl immediately
RB Leipzig has announced an immediate move from manager Max Eberl to FC Bayern Munich sports picture according to a bolt put forward. The supervisory board of Sachsen with Oliver Mintzlaff made it clear that Eberl was at least responsible for the upcoming transfer period at RB.
When the squad change in Leipzig is complete, there will be a new chance to bring Eberl to Munich as the successor to Hasan Salihamidzic, who was released after the last Bundesliga matchday – but that too is very small. Because according to the report, RB insists on Eberl complying with his long-term contract. “I don’t see why I shouldn’t fulfill my contract in Leipzig,” said Eberl recently Picture said.
FC Bayern, News: New club boss Dreesen approaches employees
Jan-Christian Dreesen, new CEO of FC Bayern Munich and thus successor to Oliver Kahn, has according to sports picture invited the employees of the office to his debut last week. Over drinks and white sausages, the new club boss committed the employees to the tasks ahead.
According to the report, Dreesen was much more approachable than his predecessor and promised to take care of the concerns and sensitivities of his employees. “I will always have an open ear for you. You can come to me at any time. My door is open,” he is said to have assured the club employees.
FC Bayern, News: Flick is based on Hoeneß
As national coach, Hansi Flick follows the leadership style of former manager Uli Hoeneß. “If you did something that wasn’t well received, he told you very clearly what wasn’t possible,” said the 58-year-old about his time as a professional under Hoeneß at Bayern Munich FAZ: “But outwardly he protected you.”
That’s exactly how “I want it with us,” Flick explained his approach and emphasized: “If I never get any peace in the shop, I can’t expect a team to have a certain stability.”
He sees it as his job “to protect the team, and now even more so,” said Flick, with a view to demands that he had to tackle the national team harder after the World Cup failed again. Public criticism is “usually not my way. We tell the players internally exactly what we expect and what we don’t expect. That’s the only way, I’m convinced, that they can access their potential.”
Hoeneß brought Flick to the Isar in 1985, where the then midfielder was active until 1990. In 2019 he returned to Munich under President Hoeneß as assistant coach to Niko Kovac; as his successor, he won all six possible titles with Bayern in 2020.