At Bayern Munich, two goalkeepers are about to leave. Noussair Mazraoui has learned his lesson. Thomas Tuchel makes a clear announcement. And: A former FCB coach is no longer interested in “bling-bling football”. The news and rumors about FCB can be found here.
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FC Bayern, News: Mazraoui has learned his lesson
Noussair Mazraoui has denied that he was unhappy at Bayern Munich and wanted to leave the club. Instead, the Moroccan national player was optimistic on the sidelines of the team presentation before his second season with the German record champions.
“We have positive talks,” said Mazraoui about his relationship with coach Thomas Tuchel. “I get on well with the coach. This is a new season, a new start. It’s up to me where I play,” explained the full-back. “I won’t complain. I might have done that once – and it’s haunted me ever since,” said Mazraoui, who complained in April about his supporting role under Tuchel in the media.
Bayern took Mazraoui from Ajax Amsterdam on a free transfer in the summer of 2022. Mazraoui started eleven games in the Bundesliga last season. In the final spurt of the season, he was surprisingly one of the regular players again. The 25-year-old has made 24 international appearances for Morocco.
FC Bayern, rumor: Two goalkeeper departures are imminent
The change from Alexander Nübel or Yann Sommer does not seem to be the first goalkeeper exit. According to information from picture is it is apparently the 20-year-old talent Johannes Schenk, whose transfer was first fixed.
For the youngster, who was the third goalkeeper in the squad last season, it should go on loan to cup opponents Preußen Münster. Schenk was no longer present at the team presentation.
But the desired change is now also pending for Alexander Nübel. After sports picture already reported that a transfer is imminent sky late Sunday evening of a final agreement between VfB Stuttgart and FC Bayern Munich.
Nübel will be loaned to VfB for one year, for which the Swabians should then pay a rental fee of one million euros.
FC Bayern, rumour: Transfer from Marcel Sabitzer to BVB before the end
FC Bayern Munich has probably reached an agreement with Borussia Dortmund on the transfer of Marcel Sabitzer. How sky reported, FCB should receive a total package of 19 million euros for the midfielder with all bonus payments.
Sabitzer himself is already in agreement with Borussia – he should therefore sign a contract until 2027.
In the summer of 2021, Marcel Sabitzer came to FCB from RB Leipzig for a reported sum of 15 million euros. In the past second half of the season he was loaned to Manchester United.
FC Bayern, News: Tuchel takes no account of the weather or jet lag
Thomas Tuchel does not want to take the hot temperatures or the time difference into account on the record champion’s upcoming trip to Asia. “We can’t afford to talk about the weather or jet lag. We’ll continue to train intensively to be in very good shape in the Supercup,” said Tuchel before the Bavarians took off on Monday afternoon.
Munich will stay in Japan and Singapore until August 3rd. The Supercup against cup winners RB Leipzig will take place on August 12th. Tuchel described the strenuous trip to Asia as “normal and necessary. Every top European team does it.”
So far, Tuchel is satisfied with the level of preparation. “Everyone is fully involved. We want to play better and more stable and inspire the fans,” he said, looking ahead to the coming season.
FC Bayern, News: Even more Bundesliga in the Allianz Arena
FC Bayern Munich fans can look forward to even more than the usual 34 Bundesliga games in the Allianz Arena next season. This season, a few women’s league games will also be played in the large stadium.
After three games in the Champions League, which the Bayern women have already played there, the women’s Bundesliga will also be shown for the first time on matchday 4 (October 14): Eintracht Frankfurt travels to Munich on this matchday.
“When all the World Cup drivers are back, they can look forward to another big stage together with the whole team, because for the first time our women’s Bundesliga game will take place in the Allianz Arena,” confirms Bavaria’s CEO Christian Dreesen this decision. “It’s the next important and logical step in the development of women’s football at Bayern Munich.”
Women’s football department heads Bianca Rech is also happy about the big stage. “We’re really looking forward to our Bundesliga debut in the Allianz Arena, and we’re counting on the support of numerous fans again in the top game against Eintracht Frankfurt. We always think about when it makes sense to move from the FC Bayern Campus to the Allianz Arena,” said Rech.
FC Bayern, rumor: Walker deal is getting closer
The transfer of England international Kyle Walker to Bayern Munich is apparently approaching. As reported by several media outlets in Germany and England, the deal could take place on Wednesday (12.30 p.m.) in Tokyo on the fringes of the test match between the German record champions and Walker’s current club, Manchester City.
Then the leaders of both clubs should meet for negotiations. A fee of 15 million euros is under discussion for the 33-year-old defender. Walker is said to have already agreed a two-year contract with Bayern including an option for another season. He also said he had already informed City team manager Pep Guardiola about his change request. His contract with the Champions League winner runs until 2024.
Walker is planned as a replacement for Benjamin Pavard, who is willing to change. With Noussair Mazraoui, Josip Stanisic and Bouna Saar, Bayern currently have three other right-backs in their squad. The purchase option for Joao Cancelo, who was loaned from ManCity last season, for 70 million euros was not exercised.
FC Bayern, News: Felix Magath does not think about retiring
Ex-Bayern coach Felix Magath is not thinking about retirement from football even at the age of 70. “I feel better when I have something to do because I’m active all day and busy with my team. Hertha did me good,” said the long-time Bundesliga coach before his birthday on Wednesday (July 26). table football.
Magath last worked for Berlin from March 2022 until the end of that season and saved the club from relegation. “I came to this realization: I’m absolutely sure that I can still help every team in Germany and internationally with my knowledge and input, in the first, second, third or fourth league,” he said now.
After that he “spoke to several national associations about the position as national coach. But the associations are not always professional. Then I’d rather say: without me!” He also no longer wants to lead a big club like FC Bayern once did. “This bling-bling football, where it’s all about money and self-expression, doesn’t appeal to me.”
The former international looks back on his life with great satisfaction. “Hardly anyone was as lucky as I was. What I enjoyed, I was able to do professionally. Development took place like in a dream,” he said: “Football is my life.” As far as his career is concerned, he also has “nothing to regret” – not even the unfortunate stations in Bremen or at FC Fulham in England.
FC Bayern Munich: The most important dates in the preparation of FCB
July 15 – 20, 2023
Training camp at Tegernsee
July 18, 2023
Test match against FC Rottach-Egern (27:0)
July 23, 2023
Team presentation in the Allianz Arena
July 24 – August 3, 2023
“Audi Summer Tour” in Japan and Singapore
July 26, 2023
Friendly match against Manchester City in Tokyo, Japan
July 29, 2023
Test match against Kawasaki Frontale in Tokyo, Japan