When it comes to the question of Robert Lewandowski’s future at FC Bayern, two specific scenarios and a kind of deadline are emerging. All news and rumors about FC Bayern can be found here. Here you can find the Bayern news and rumors from the day before
FC Bayern, rumours: Lewandowski: Extend or sell
How exactly things will continue with Robert Lewandowski is not yet clear. However, Sport Bild is now writing about a first trend and that is: FC Bayern will extend their goalscorer again – or sell them this summer. The third option, to go into the last year of the contract with Lewandowski without an early extension and then possibly lose the player on a free transfer, is ruled out by the report. Lewandowski’s contract with the record champions runs until June 2023. If Bayern want to stick to their plan, concrete talks with the players would have to be held soon. If no agreement is reached then, the plan actually provides for the 33-year-old to make money. Lewandowski is “not stressing”, the attacker wants to play four more years and is in a very comfortable position after being voted World Player of the Year again. “I understand football, I understand the business in the background. I want to stay focused . It doesn’t help me and the team if I’m focused on things outside of football. It’s not that my contract expires in the summer, it’s enough time…” For Bayern, it could be up to 40 or 50 Millions of euros go – Lewandowski’s market value is about as much. Allegedly, the contract could be extended by another year at the same salary as currently – Lewandowski is the top earner of the Bayern stars with a reported salary of 24 million euros – or an extension by two Years are aimed at, but then at lower salaries.
FC Bayern, rumours: First contacts with Erling Haaland
Speaking of Lewandowski: Erling Haaland’s future could also be closely linked to his future. As reported by Sport Bild, Dortmund’s top scorer remains a hot topic at Bayern as a possible successor to Lewandowski. Allegedly, there have already been initial contacts with Haaland advisor Mino Raiola. It’s no longer a big secret that Bayern are interested in the Norwegian. However, a solution would have to be found in the summer: Sport Bild wipes the theory that Haaland would treat himself to another season at BVB as a kind of transitional year off the table.
FC Bayern, News: 15-year-old series torn
With Dortmund’s surprising elimination in the cup against St. Pauli, one thing is clear: for the first time in 15 years, neither Bayern nor BVB are in the cup quarter-finals. At that time the final was then VfB Stuttgart against 1. FC Nürnberg (2:3 aet). There, too, a series finally broke: Since the 2010/11 season, at least one of the two teams has always made it into the final. This will definitely be different in May. Network reactions: Messi’s “crass victim move” 1/11Robert Lewandowski has won the FIFA World Player of the Year award for the second time in his career. He prevailed against Lionel Messi, who is said to have made a “blatant victim move”. The network reactions. 2/11Thomas Müller (FC Bayern) 3/11Julian Nagelsmann (coach FC Bayern) 4/11Oliver Kahn (CEO FC Bayern) 5/11Darmstadt 98 6/11 7/11ESPN 8/11ARD sports show. Explanation: Due to a technical error on Monday, the preliminary report on the world footballer election was posted several times. 9/11 10/11FUMS 11/11Christian Heidel (Sports Director Mainz 05)
FC Bayern, News: The FC Bayern Youth Cup is returning to Japan
The FC Bayern Youth Cup is back in Japan. At two soccer camps, on March 21st and 22nd, as well as on March 23rd and 24th, FC Bayern coaches will scout the best young players to take part in a qualifying tournament for the Youth Cup on March 25th at Chiba’s Prince Takamado Memorial JFA YUME Field FC Bayern Youth Cup is the largest international youth football tournament series organized by a club in the world. It has been held in selected countries in cooperation with existing Bavarian partners for ten years now. These include the USA, Brazil, China, India, Italy, Japan, Myanmar, Nigeria, Singapore and Thailand.
FC Bayern Munich: The upcoming games
|Sunday, January 23, 5:30 p.m||Bundesliga||Hertha BSC (Away)|
|Saturday, February 5th, 6.30 p.m||Bundesliga||RB Leipzig (home)|
|Saturday, February 12, 3:30 p.m||Bundesliga||VfL Bochum (Away)|
|Wednesday, February 16, 9 p.m||Champions League||RB Salzburg (Away)|
|Sunday, February 20, 3:30 p.m||Bundesliga||SpVgg Greuther Furth (home)|
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