Bayern Munich have already landed some of the finest youngsters in and out of Europe to make perfect additions to the squad and are chasing others. The Bavarians have already signed Alphonso Davies from the Vancouver Whitecaps and are halfway through the process of bringing in Hamburg's Jann-Fiete Arp. Apart from that, Hasan Salihamidžić and co. still have their eyes on Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi.
All these transfers and rumours add up to the popular belief that the management is trying to keep the squad fresh and young. But, David Alaba begs to differ. The Austrian says that the trend of focusing on young players is ephemeral:
Those are certainly all good talents. The scouting division will see the potential in these young players, that they can help us in the future. I don’t think, though, that the focus will only be on signing young players.
In an interview given to Spox, Alaba argued that Brazzo is doing a fine job at the club and he has become an integral part of the front office since his appointment:
In his first season he still had more other things to do. Now everything has become routine for him, and he’s getting more tasks. He’s doing a very good job and found his feet very well.
Brazzo has also become a legitimate cornerstone at the club and among the players, according to Alaba. He is seemingly helping the players to grow in multiple ways, and the Bosnian never fails to open conversations if there is something that needs to be brought to the attention of the players:
Communication [with the players] is very regular. He knows when he needs to intercede. When he has something to say, he goes to the players and opens a conversation. You can tell he has experience. He can see things very well from the players’ perspective.
As the important games of the season are approaching, it is necessary for the management to help the players stay motivated.