FC Bayern Munich is said to want to make a decision in the transfer poker for Alexander Nübel by the middle of the week. Ottmar Hitzfeld thinks that Thomas Müller should continue with the DFB team. The 2022 World Cup in Qatar went anything but well for the record champions. Here you can find news and rumors about FCB.
More Bayern news from the last few days:
FC Bayern Munich, rumor: Is a decision near Alexander Nübel?
FC Bayern Munich wants to wait until the middle of this week to see whether an agreement with Alexander Nübel and AS Monaco is possible. If not, they will consider other options. He reports that table football.
Appropriately, she writes tz of talks scheduled for earlier this week. It should be about the sporting perspective of the goalkeeper. A return is currently “very unlikely”. The Nübel side in particular cannot imagine that as long as Toni Tapalovic is still the goalkeeping coach.
Several media have reported in the past few days that the relationship between him and Nübel is tense. According to the report, Neuer also has no intention of giving up his number one status. Nübel, on the other hand, wants fair competition if he chooses FC Bayern.
According to the newspaper, if no agreement is reached, a final separation could even become an issue. Plan B for FCB is Yassine Bounou, who played an outstanding World Cup for Morocco. Yann Sommer is also being discussed.
Here is the Nübel water level of the last few days.
FC Bayern Munich, News: Ottmar Hitzfeld – “Müller should continue”
Ottmar Hitzfeld still sees Thomas Müller as an important player for the DFB team. “Müller should continue until the European Championships,” says the former Bayern Munich coach: “He helps the team.”
The attacker is “always very important for a team. He has to decide for himself whether he can and wants to invest his exemplary mentality in two teams”. For Hitzfeld it is clear that Müller is still “one of the most important players in German football at the moment”. According to Hitzfeld, the role on the pitch is also important: “It’s not his position at the very front. Thomas is strongest when he has a man in front of him.”
After dropping out in the group phase, the Bayern professional indicated that his time in the national team could be over. Then he backtracked a bit. Since then, there has been no official statement about his future. The 33-year-old had announced that he wanted to take his time with the decision.
FC Bayern Munich, News: Franck Ribéry comforts, FCB professionals enthusiastic
Ex-Bayern professional Franck Ribéry commented on the French’s lost World Cup final on social media. “It’s a great achievement to go all the way to a World Cup final and fight for victory until the end,” the former international consoled his compatriots: “I know how bitter it is to lose a final.” The team should be proud of themselves, he wrote.
Some of the current Bayern pros also commented on the final. “What a game!!” Alphonso Davies tweeted afterwards. And Thomas Müller was also enthusiastic about the furious duel between the two teams. Three clapping emojis were followed by “What a World Cup final!!!” Oliver Kahn looked at what was happening soberly as usual. “Congratulations to Argentina for an outstanding Lionel Messi on winning the 2022 World Cup after this thrilling final,” wrote the CEO on Twitter: “But also a big compliment to our French players from FC Bayern, who are so close to defending the title with their country have been.”
FC Bayern Munich, News: Weak World Cup record for FCB
The 2022 World Cup is over, Lionel Messi was finally crowned the best player of his generation and became world champion with Argentina. The World Cup went anything but well from the point of view of FC Bayern Munich. The German block was eliminated in the group phase, and Manuel Neuer then suffered a serious injury. For Lucas Hernández, the season ended after a cruciate ligament rupture and his French teammates largely played no role on the way to the World Cup final. Kingsley Coman even missed a decisive penalty there. Matthijs de Ligt was also mostly left out with the Dutch.
After all: Noussair Mazraoui, Josip Stanisic and Dayot Upamecano should leave with positive feelings. They either played a strong tournament or, in the case of Stanisic, gained valuable experience for the future. However, it wasn’t the FC Bayern tournament.