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Thomas Tuchel apparently keen on Casemiro from Manchester United



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Thomas Tuchel is apparently hot for Manchester United’s Casemiro. Ryan Gravenberch talks about his role at Bayern. Uli Hoeneß shows up at FCB training. Also: Ex-DFL boss Christian Seifert is under discussion as the successor to Oliver Kahn. All news and rumors about FC Bayern Munich can be found here.

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FC Bayern, rumor: Tuchel wants ManUnited’s Casemiro

In the search for reinforcements for the squad in the upcoming summer transfer window, Bayern have apparently struck gold with Manchester United. According to information from table football Thomas Tuchel is a big fan of midfielder Casemiro. The FCB coach was impressed by the Brazilian’s skills and would like to steer him to the Isar.

If a transfer of the 31-year-old is not possible, Tuchel would like at least one player with similar qualities. Namely a defensively thinking six that has its strengths in clearing in front of the chain.

From the current squad, neither Joshua Kimmich nor Leon Goretzka nor Ryan Gravenberch meet these requirements, and the already fixed newcomer Konrad Laimer (RB Leipzig) is apparently not trusted with this task.

Casemiro still has a working paper at United that is valid until 2026. The 31-year-old moved from Real Madrid to the Red Devils just last year. Among other things, he was five times Champions League winner with the royal team.

FC Bayern, News: Gravenberch talks about the role in Munich

Ryan Gravenberch has once again publicly expressed his dissatisfaction with his current role at Bayern Munich. “A year of training and playing at the highest level is nice and instructive. However, when I play, it’s mainly in training. That has to change next season, then I really want to play weekly again,” said the Dutchman in an interview Voetbal International.

The Dutchman left it open whether he would play with Munich next year or look for a new club: “I haven’t spoken to the club’s management yet, so I’ll wait and see what happens. But it’s clear that they Role does not meet my expectations.”

Meanwhile, kicker reports that Gravenberch’s future depends crucially on whether and how coach Thomas Tuchel plans with him. If the 49-year-old gives the green light, the midfielder could stay at FCB for another year.

FC Bayern, News: Hoeneß appears during training

Honorary President Uli Hoeneß surprisingly showed up at FC Bayern’s training session on Wednesday. Pictures show Hoeneß talking impulsively and gesticulating with coach Thomas Tuchel. Loud Picture the conversation lasted 15 minutes.

The rumors that the 71-year-old could play an important role in a possible reorganization at the top of the club in the coming weeks are of course fueled by this.

Due to the recent disastrous results (out of the DFB Cup quarter-finals, out of the Champions League quarter-finals, only second place in the Bundesliga) and the bad public image of the club surrounding the dismissal of coach Julian Nagelsmann, there are many in Munich things under scrutiny.

FC Bayern, rumor: Seifert is being discussed as Kahn’s successor

The reports of a possible exit from Oliver Kahn at Bayern Munich do not stop. Possible successors are said to have already been discussed by the supervisory board, and Christian Seifert could be a potential candidate.

As the sports picture and sports1 report, the supervisory board has already discussed several names as potential successors: In addition to Red Bull managing director and Oliver Mintzlaff, the ex-boss of RB Leipzig, the name of the former DFB boss in particular is said to have “been found interesting”.

However, Seifert is said to be loud sports1 are not available: The 53-year-old is part of the founding team of the new streaming service dynamic, which is scheduled to launch in August 2023 and will focus on non-football sports. He couldn’t imagine a double role.

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FC Bayern Munich vs. BVB: The rest of the program in the Bundesliga

Gameday BVB FC Bayern
30 VfL Bochum (A) Hertha BSC (H)
31 VfL Wolfsburg (H) Werder Bremen (A)
32 Borussia M’Gladbach (H) Schalke 04 (H)
33 FC Augsburg (A) RB Leipzig (H)
34 Mainz 05 (H) 1. FC Cologne (A)