Sadly, the enthusiasm that arose around the news of Ronaldo was probably for nothing. Indeed, Christian Falk of Sport Bild reports that Ronaldo is not in Bayern Munich’s plans – even if Robert Lewandowski leaves this summer:
Cristiano Ronaldo is not a subject at Bayern Munich, despite rumors that his agent Jorge Mendes is involved in Bayern’s plans. [@cfbayern]
Bayern and Germany (@iMiaSanMia) June 2, 2022
If you want to get to the next level of conspiracy theory, you can read this phrasing and say to yourself, “Well, that only negates that he’s Ronaldo, but he could be another Mendes agent, right?”
Uh, I guess, then, who else does Mendes represent? Let’s take a look at the top players (per FootballTransfers.com):
- Robin Dias
- Bernardo Silva
- Joao Cancelo
- Diogo Jota
- Robin Nevis
- Andre Silva
- Renato Sanchez
- Adama Traore
- Nelson Semedo
- Angel Di Maria
- James Rodriguez
In the past, Bayern Munich have been linked with Joao Cancelo and Andre Silva, but moves for either player seem unlikely at this point.
I’m not a member of #Cristiano’s team here, so it’s not a huge loss for me. For those who wanted it, leave your reason for feeling this way in the comments.
With Sadio Mane closing a deal with Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid He might be willing to try to ramp up his own bids to convince Mane to change his mind:
LiverpoolIt appears Sadio Mane will leave the club this summer with Bayern Munich close to the striker, but the German champions now face competition from Paris Saint-Germain. Bayern Munich is closely linked to Mane’s move, but newspaper Bild now reports that Paris Saint-Germain are also part of that race to sign the 30-year-old.
The report indicates that the French league champions are ready to spend large sums on the Senegal international and with funding from the Paris Club, they can outbid Bayern and offer more wages to Mane. At the moment, Bayern are ready to pay an initial 30 million pounds to sign Mane from Liverpool according to Germany’s Sky Sports, and the Bundesliga team has already drawn up its offer, with bonuses of up to 10 million euros.
Barca Universal Also pick up some news that could make things complicated for Bayern Munich. Real Madrid is also said to be in the running for Mane:
BILD (h/t SPORT) claims that the Bundesliga champions have identified Liverpool star Sadio Mane as their favorite to replace Lewandowski at the Allianz Arena. In fact, it has been claimed that Die Roten is making progress towards relegating the striker from Liverpool.
However, according to the report, Bayern Munich may be about to face some hurdles in their pursuit of Mane as Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have emerged as suitors for the Senegalese sprint.
Bayern Munich midfielder Corentin Tolisso is ready to move to England this summer after announcing his departure from the German champions this summer. The French midfielder’s contract will expire this summer and he has confirmed that he will not extend his stay with the Bundesliga club.
Tottenham and Newcastle have been linked with the midfielder’s move in the past and they could look to cash in on his free presence at the end of this month. The 27-year-old admitted that a move to England suited his playing style, but refused to rule out a move to any league.
It’s been two weeks since our last major episode, and a lot of news has come out since then. While there are no games to talk about, Bayern Munich They are at the center of a transfer storm involving clubs across Europe. While Robert Lewandowski continues to press for moves to Barcelona, Brazzo and Ain Nagelsmann LiverpoolSadio Mane is a big transitional coup in the summer. In the meantime, the fan base is beginning to speculate what the team will look like in two months’ time.
In this episode, INNN and Teddy discuss:
- Sadio Mane’s transfer deal is in-depth – how much will he cost, where will he play if he comes, and how will Bayern use him?
- The repercussions of including Mane on the rest of the squad, especially Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry.
- Possible pitfalls from Mane to Bayern Munich.
- Should Bayern Munich switch to a system without a striker next season?
- Can Julian Nagelsmann really accomplish a system without a striker? Does he even want that?
- The problem of switching to a system without an attacker.
- Attackerless system or Lewandowski replacement – which is better?
- Turning to the last topic, what exactly is Bayern Munich’s transfer plan this summer?
- Lots of questions to answer – does Bayern want a centre-back? Who are the main goals of the summer? What will the team look like next season? What are the team’s biggest weaknesses? Are the needs being met?
- Should Julian Nagelsmann be involved in one way or another in transportation planning?
- How will Bayern Munich look at the beginning of next season?
Gareth Bale may consider a move to Cardiff City:
Bale is one of the biggest names to move on this summer, who just won his fifth Champions League The gold medal after Real Madrid’s 1-0 victory over Liverpool.
Bookmakers have Cardiff FC as the hot favorite to sign him, which could be a great addition to the Welsh side.
Bale grew up as a Bluebirds fan and plays home matches with the Wales national team at Cardiff City Stadium.
Ahead of the year-end World Cup – which Wales could qualify for when they face Scotland or Ukraine on Sunday – head coach Robert Page said a move to the second-tier side “makes sense” and “checks all the boxes”…
Dembele may also be on the move after a similarly disappointing huge money transfer. He joined Barcelona for 135 million pounds Borussia Dortmund Five years ago but injuries prevented him from realizing his potential.
Reports suggest the 25-year-old could be one of the first deals in Todd Pohle’s tenure as Chelsea owner. Paris Saint-Germain has been closely associated with his return to France, however, and could replace Angel Di Maria, who Juventus Aimed at free conversion.
Looks like Romelu Lukaku might be on his way back to him intermilan:
Romelu Lukaku has agreed to join Inter Milan on loan next season, according to reports in Italy – with the Chelsea star set to take a £3.8m salary cut to make Serie A return, a year after leaving the San Siro.
Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that the 29-year-old has agreed to join Inter on loan in the 2022-23 season, with the transfer now in the hands of both clubs.
FC Barcelona may be planning to acquire Romelu Lukaku as a contingency plan if Robert Lewandowski is not available this summer:
On Friday, we saw news that Romelu Lukaku could return to Inter Milan, but now FC Barcelona may be interested in the Belgian should things fall apart with Robert Lewandowski:
Barcelona are considering a move to Romelu Lukaku if they fail in their bid to land Robert Lewandowski this summer according to a report by Mundo Deportivo. Sadio Mane is also in the picture.
Ronald Koeman wanted to sign Lukaku in the summer of 2020, but Barcelona’s economic conditions prevented him from doing so. The couple was working together in Everton.
Former Chelsea defender and German national team player Antonio Rudiger announced his move to Real Madrid: