Daily Schmankel: Bayern Munich consider options for next centre-back. Kai Havertz is not convinced that: News about Bayern’s attack plans. Lionel Messi’s future at PSG is uncertain. Niko Kovac makes Wolfsburg feel it. & more!

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Daily Schmankel: Bayern Munich consider options for next centre-back. Kai Havertz is not convinced that: News about Bayern’s attack plans.  Lionel Messi’s future at PSG is uncertain. Niko Kovac makes Wolfsburg feel it.  & more!


by moving to Bayern Munich While seemingly off the negotiating table, Kai Havertz’s future is highly uncertain.

It seems like he shouldn’t be making long term plans to be together Chelsea FCbut it’s unclear what options are on the table for what he does next. After a questionable move to London, Havertz needs to be at a club that can make good use of him.

I’m just spitting here Borussia Dortmund does it fit?

There may not be more pointless contract exchanges going on than Paris Saint-Germain and Lionel Messi. Depending on who you believe in, Messi is either a shoo-in to reunite with the club or looking for a new home:

Is Lionel Messi fed up with Paris Saint-Germain? The superstar doesn’t want to extend his expiring contract in the French capital if Spanish journalist Gerardo Romero gets his way.

“As of today, Leo Messi has no intention of renewing his contract with PSG,” explained Romero. Winning the World Cup in Qatar changed the 35-year-old’s mindset. ‘Other things’ are more important to Messi than further titles in club football.

After the World Cup, there was speculation that Messi could soon extend his contract. But so far nothing has happened. The attacking player has been linked to several clubs in the past.return to FC Barcelona For economic reasons, it seems unlikely. Outside of Europe, Inter Miami (USA), Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia) and his hometown club Newell’s Old Boys are said to be interested.

Bayern Munich Distraught… The BFW podcast was banged up like Joe Pesci walked into that room. goodfellas…and lots of other news.

Plus, Bayern Munich is packed with yet another match. This time it will be against Eintracht Frankfurt.

Yeah, there’s a lot going on, but we’ve got it all covered here! Preview? yes. news riff? no doubt. Talk about entertainment? surely. Here are the ones available in this episode:

  • Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt preview.
  • There seems to be a change of opinion on Leon Goretzka — and is Ryan Greibenberg going to take over Goretzka’s original role?
  • FC Barcelona Tried to hijack Konrad Leimer’s Bayern Munich deal and Marcel Sabitzer’s word that he wants to stay.
  • Chelsea FCwith Kai Havertz of tottenham hotspurHarry Kane is probably off the Bayern Munich table.
  • Bayern Munich’s attack plan and why it’s a mess.
  • Some thoughts on the latest episode of Last of Us — and some news about the future of cobra kai.

Bayern Munich’s Alfonso Davies has been named in WhoScored.com’s Bundesliga Team of the Week.

Few believe Bayern Munich can sign Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane. Nevertheless, Bayern will try anyway:

As for Bayern’s attack plans, the situation remains unchanged. If Kane does not renew at Spurs, Bayern will try it.If Kane stays and Choupo Moting extends, Bayern will not force a new striker into attack. .

The big news from Falk is that Bayern Munich are looking to sign a centre-back. This probably means that his tenure at Benjamin Pavard’s club is really coming to an end.

Bayern Munich It kicked off the Bundesliga restart with a less promising but less relevant draw with RB Leipzig.

Looking at it, there’s a lot to talk about: the quick development of the match against FC Cologne, the crazy news that this podcast was sabotaged by SBN/Vox, the acquisition of Yann Sommer, further rumors about Harry Kane and Kai Havertz. . almost.

So join us on this podcast journey. Covers many topics.

  • A combination draw with RB Leipzig.
  • A preview of the FC Cologne game.
  • Looking at recent rumors tottenham hotspurwith Harry Kane of Chelsea FCof Kai Havertz.
  • The future of Bayern Football Works and Bayern Podcast Works.

Who would have thought that some odd training methods, poor communication and lukewarm water to practice could make such a difference for Wolfsburg?

Bayern Munich have reportedly been interested in Olympique Lyonnais right-back Maro Gusto, but it looks like he could be heading to Chelsea FC:

But Lyon was not ready to let him go easily. ESPN:

Lyon president Jean-Michel Auras said on Thursday that right-back Maro Gusto has promised to stay at the club and not join Chelsea this month.

“I am pleased to explain that one of Lyon’s greatest talents, Maro Gusto, will continue to play for Lyon until at least June 30, 2023,” Aurus said on social media.

Chelsea made a €20m offer for the French Under-21 defender on Wednesday, but Lyon rejected it. They want the local player for his nearly €40 million.

Bayern Munich started their second match in five days, starting (surprisingly) with exactly the same line-up that Julian Nagelsmann deployed against RB Leipzig last Friday.

Surprisingly, maybe not, the second starting XI was not as effective as the teams fought to a 1-1 draw.

Let’s see what is available in this episode.

  • Let’s take a quick look at the lineup and its lack of effectiveness.
  • Joshua Kimmich’s performance kept Bayern Munich from conceding a goal, but it’s also clear that Bayern Munich still need Thomas Müller.
  • Why shouldn’t we worry, or should fans be at least a little frustrated by the team’s lack of cohesion?
  • Some thoughts on where Bayern Munich are currently as a team and where the team is headed.

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