Price tag on Werner will foster negotiations (@GERFootDaily)
According to Bild (as captured by @GERFootDaily), the negotiating between Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig will begin at €60m and have a floor of €40m. Of course, both Bayern and Werner could attempt to wait it out until 2020 for a free transfer, but it is unlikely that Die Roten Bullen will let that happen. A final sale somewhere around €50m is probably what both sides are looking at.
BILD: #RBLeipzig will probably initially demand around 60 million euros for Timo #Werner, 40 million euros would be the absolute minimum in summer 2019.— German Football Daily (@GERFootDaily) February 28, 2019
According to Oliver Mintzlaff (CEO), #RBL have an agreement with Wernerˋs agent: sign a new contract or leave in summer 2019. https://t.co/F8bG3uh7JJ
Werner news spoils day for Liverpool fans (Football Fancast)
Let’s just say the rumors formally linking Werner to Bayern did not go over so well with Liverpool fans. It seems that a few Liverpool supporters were looking forward to seeing Werner taking the pitch at Anfield. Below is just one of the reactions:
Gutted over Werner. All these Germans always choose the easy route and just join Bayern.....— Jay (@FutebolJay) February 27, 2019
M’Gladbach getting hyped for the match against Bayern (@borussia_en)
Borussia Monchengladbach manager Dieter Hecking is ready for an exciting tilt against Bayern.
️ #Hecking: This is a game that electrifies the masses. The stadium will be sold out. We can't wait."#DieFohlen #BMGFCB pic.twitter.com/kirYcjlmMX— Gladbach (@borussia_en) February 28, 2019
Brandt and Havertz go under the microscope (@Bundesliga_EN)
Perhaps this is a little more relevant today than earlier in the week, but the Bundesliga did a brief analysis of Bayer Leverkusen’s Kai Havertz and Julian Brandt. Havertz, of course, has been linked to Bayern in SportBild’s recent transfer bombshell, while it was also made known that Brandt may be available for a reasonable fee (€25.7m).
We put @kaihavertz29 and @JulianBrandt under the microscope in today's GAT analysis @bayer04_en #BVBB04 pic.twitter.com/cNeO8tOGeP— Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) February 24, 2019
Man City scoping Jovic (Transfermarketweb)
Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola is more than a little familiar with the Bundesliga and now he’s looking to Germany in an effort to land his striker of the future. Specifically, Guardiola is looking at Eintracht Frankfurt phenom Luka Jovic.
According to Goal.com, Serbian international striker Luka Jovic (21) is being tracked by Bayern Munich, Barcelona FC, Real Madrid, Chelsea, and Inter Milan. Manchester City has now entered market list as well. The Eintracht Frankfurt hitman, whom the German club is set to buy back from Benfica on a 6 million euros fee, (could) then put up for sale on a much higher sum. (Jovic) is being scouted by Premier League reigning champions indeed.
Frankfurt's 3-0 win on Sunday, brought to you by Luka Jovic pic.twitter.com/YQflSNoiIe— Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) February 27, 2019
ICYMI: Davies needs more a little time to get acclimated per Kovac (Bavarian Football Works)
In the midst of all of the transfer rumor craziness of yesterday, you could have missed a follow-up story on former Vancouver Whitecaps star Alphonso Davies and why Niko Kovac thinks the Canadian star will be just fine as he continues to get comfortable in Germany.
Vonkova celebrates birthday (@FCBfrauen)
FC Bayern Frauen’s Lucie Vonkova turns 27 today.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! ☀️— FC Bayern Frauen (@FCBfrauen) February 28, 2019
❤️-lichen Glückwunsch zum Geburtstag, Lucie Vonkova! Hab einen tollen Tag und lass dich feiern! #MiaSanMia #FCBayern #FCBFrauen @lu_vonkova pic.twitter.com/5P7tnolP3X