Bayern Munich will continue their summer training this week with at rip to Italy. Trentino is the destination, and it's not just the first team players that are making the trip. The reserve, U19, U17, U15 and U14 teams will also be making the trip to northern Italy over the next week.
Before we get into the news, be sure to check out Ribery's new contract extension, Dante and Luiz Gustavo beating Javi Martinez in the Confederations Cup, and a brief recap of Bayern's first match under Pep. Also, be sure to get up to date on the latest transfer news with the Bayern Bulletin.
Schedule in Trentino
Bayern will be in Italy from July 4-12. On the 5th, Bayern will compete in the Paulaner Cup where they'll compete against a group of amateurs from six different countries. Then, Bayern will face Pep Guardiola's old side Brescia on the 9th.
For a look at the rest of Bayern's preseason plans, the club has it listed here.
Farewell interview with Tymo
What's your impression of new coach Pep Guardiola?
Very good. He's open and relaxed, his German is already very good and he explains everything in German. Certainly some of the things he does are new to us, but every coach has his own ideas and style. I think he's a very good coach who's taken charge of the best team.
Bayern beat TSV Regen 9-1 in second friendly
Seven thousand people showed up in Regen to see the triple winners romp to a 9-1 victory over local side TSV. The goalscorers for Bayern were Julian Green (3), Patrick Weihrauch (2), Thomas Müller, Emre Can, Alessandro Schöpf, and Toni Kroos.
Regen actually got on the board first thanks to a goal from Daniel Kopp. The biggest thing to take away from the two friendlies is the opportunities for the club's youth players to get minutes with several first team players in front of Pep.
Speaking of youth players...
It appears as though Julian Green has been promoted from the U19 team to the reserves for the upcoming season. He will either join up with the reserves in Trentino, or he may be one of the players Pep keeps around for a little more training with the first team.