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– (@moillorens) Gavi to stay at Barcelona? Lothar believes Bayern will win the UCL. Meanwhile, The Sun (via Sky) reports that Bayern Munich’s intertest in Gavi may have repercussions. Liverpool and Manchester United may increase their interest in the midfielder: Recent rumors about Bayern Munich’s interest in Gavi appear to have sparked interest. “I’ll go with Bayern Munich.” Gavi has refused to sign a new contract at the Nou Camp. Bayern Munich, according to Lothar Matthäus, is the favorite to win the Champions League. De Gavi:-Despite interest from clubs such as @FCBayern, the player is more than happy to stay at @FCBarcelona. They’ve had a successful transfer window. On Gavi: -Despite interest from clubs such as @FCBayern, the player is more than happy to stay at @FCBarcelona. According to reports in Germany, Bayern Munich are ready to make a January move for Barcelona midfielder Gavi, which could force Liverpool and Manchester United to react. -Once the market is over, both the club and its agent, Iván de la Pea, are looking for a date to sign documents @espnfc @ESPNDeportes. (Sport1) Weekend Warm-up Podcast Season 2, Episode 9 of the Bavarian Podcast Works Having completed the market and with more clear agendas, both the club and its agent, Iván de la Pea, are looking for a date to sign [email protected] @ESPNDeportes— moisESPN (@moillorens) September 5, 2022 Bayern Munich has an incredible depth. Let’s see what we have planned for this episode: Even with all of the action on the field, there was plenty to talk about away from it. True, they lost Robert Lewandowski, and I would have thought Romelu Lukaku would have been the favorite to replace him,” Matthäus told Gazzetta dello Sport. It’s only a matter of time before Matthijs de Ligt becomes a full-time starter. At City, Haaland stumped for Akanji. A look at the transfer window at Bayern Munich. Examining the club’s results against Gladbach and Viktoria Köln. I’m fantasizing about a Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Manchester City. Bayern Munich could not get past Borussia Mönchengladbach and had to settle for a draw, but bounced back with a good win over Viktoria Köln in the DFB-Pokal. Inter Milan had long been considered the favorite to sign the Swiss national player. The lead to Leicester City was also not as big as it was sometimes made out to be. Erling Haaland, a former Borussia Dortmund striker, put in a good word for Manuel Akanji ahead of his move to Manchester City: However, as SPORT1 chief reporter Patrick Berger revealed in an Instagram live chat, Inter could not handle the entire package for Akanji. “Agent Haaland, if you will!” “In the background, the Norwegian played a significant role in the transfer to City,” said SPORT1’s chief reporter. “This is my sixth season with Neymar.” According to SPORT1, Haaland “put in a good word for Akanji.” In the end, Pep Guardiola struck and brought in the fifth central defender, thanks to Erling Haaland’s assistance, as Berger revealed. We’ve always had this kind of relationship based on mutual respect. Mbappe discusses the “feud” with Neymar. “It’s typical for the sports director or Guardiola to look to Haaland, exchange ideas, and ask, ‘Is that a player who can help us?'” FC Barcelona may be getting a little more practice in trying to sign the midfielder to a new contract in order to thwart a potential bid from Bayern Munich: How the Bavarian Podcast Works: (From the Bavarian Football Works) Mbappe explained that “there are colder and warmer moments.” Berger explained that Akanji and Haaland “understand each other very well from Dortmund times, and of course the distances are still short there.” Kylian Mbappe and Neymar have a not-so-secret feud, and the French star admitted that, while things aren’t exactly rosy between the two, they’re not that bad. Union Berlin 1-1 Bayern Munich — Postgame Show It happened once more. At the very least, Neymar isn’t having a witchdoctor cast a curse on Mbappe, so there’s that. Julian Nagelsmann’s suspension comes at an inopportune time, with Champions League games resuming. Here are our key takeaways from the game: Should we be concerned? After an incredible start to the season, Bayern Munich were held to a second consecutive draw by Union Berlin, effectively ending their perceived invincibility. Bayern Munich drew yet again thanks to Union Berlin’s tenacious defense. Why is the outcome of the Union game so different from what happened against Gladbach? Is the honeymoon period over? Concerning Nagelsmann’s decision to have a narrow pitch. (The answer is yes.) Sadio Mane’s terrible, bad, awful game. Lately. Today’s issue with Leroy Sane. Taking care of the rest of the front line’s problems. Notable performances include Matthijs de Ligt and Marcel Sabitzer. Brambati anticipates a ferocious effort from Inter. Why Julian Nagelsmann must restore unpredictability to Bayern’s attack. Former Serie A defender Massimo Brambati believes Inter Milan will make a spectacle of its Champions League clash with Bayern Munich. “I expect rage and more from Inter, who are now more of a team than Juventus,” the former defender said. “I’ve had this feeling for a while.” The monstrous release clause of Lewy Inter, on the other hand, don’t seem like as much of a team to me; they appear less united,” Brambati told TMW Radio. “I know that under Conte, Inter’s locker room was a real locker room, and now it’s something a little different,” he added. Boniek anticipates entertaining drama in Group C. Former Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski allegedly has a €500 million release clause: “It’ll be a tough group,” Boniek predicted on Rai Radio. “If everyone wins their games against Viktoria, the games between Inter, Bayern, and Barcelona will be fantastic.” Season 5, Episode 10 of the Bavarian Podcast Works The finer points of Robert Lewandowski’s complicated Barcelona contract have been revealed, including the Polish striker’s staggering €500 million (£431 million) release clause. INNN and Schnitzel discuss the following topics in this episode: Former Juventus and Roma midfielder Zbigniew Boniek believes Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, and FC Barcelona will compete fiercely in Group C. Bayern Munich has lost two league games in a row and will enter the Champions League with a less-than-stellar recent record. The number of times Bayern Munich has been eliminated from the Champions League by parked buses. Now, let’s take a look at Inter Milan and see what we know about them. Why is Thomas Muller so important in this Julian Nagelsmann system? Does Bayern’s lack of defensive teams in the Bundesliga disadvantage them in the CL? Nagelsmann could make changes in midfield. Thankfully, Inter aren’t doing too well themselves, but they’ll watch the Union Berlin game and maybe get some ideas for how they should set up their team. Schnitzel and INNN disagree about whether the coach has recently changed the system. Should Matthijs de Ligt make his debut against Inter? Final thoughts and a game prediction. How should the attack be planned? Should Leroy Sane, Serge Gnabry, or Kingsley Coman make their debuts? Edin Dzeko’s threat is being assessed.

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