Bayern Munich had been rumored to have interest in Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala several times over the the past year, but now it appears that the Bavarians have ended their flirtation with the Argentina international.
Despite the rumors in recent weeks, Bayern Munich have decided to abandon their pursuit of Paulo Dybala, who now looks set to remain at Juventus this upcoming season. The Argentinian was named as one of the potential replacements to Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben, who both retired at the end of the season. However, instead, the German side have decided to focus on other targets, as reported by Bild.
According to Bild chief Christian Falk, those rumors linking AS Monaco outside-back and Germany international Benjamin Henrichs to Bayern Munich are not accurate.
At least one outlet is also reporting that Monaco does not want to sell Henrichs anyway.
⚽ Monaco: Jardim does not want to sell Benjamin Henrichs http://dlvr.it/R8Qfsr
Philippe Coutinho is likely on his way out of FC Barcelona and both Liverpool and Manchester United are said to have interest in the Brazil international. Jurgen Klopp’s club may have the early edge on securing a transfer according to The Sun.
Liverpool are set to beat Manchester United in the race to sign Philippe Coutinho by offering the chance to resign their former star on loan, according to reports. The Brazilian has been strongly linked with a return to England after failing to discover his Reds form in two seasons at Barcelona. The midfielder joined the Spanish club in a shock £145million deal but is set to be sold to free up cash for the La Liga giants’ £200m pursuit of former star Neymar. Coutinho has now given his approval to a sensational offer from Liverpool to take him on a two-year loan with the option to buy at £88m, according to Calciomercato.
It looks like Rafinha is quite at home with Flamengo and is wasting no time in asserting himself.
According to latest German news, Bayern Munich are getting closer and closer to sign Ivorian international winger/forward Nicolas Pepé (24). Lille star, set to leave on an about 55 million euros fee, is tracked by 5 more clubs: Arsenal, Liverpool, Napoli, PSG, and Atletico Madrid.
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Sporting director Hasan “Brazzo” Salihamidzic, finance chief Jan-Christian Dreesen, and president Uli Hoeness have opted to stay in Munich to work on transfer rather than travel to the United States for the Audi Summer Tour/International Champions Cup.
Transfer Update @FCBayern: they stay for business in Munich (no US-tour, no Schwarzenegger-Meeting): Salihamidzic (head of Sport), Dreesen (head of finances), Hoeneß (pesident) #TRANSFERSinsteadofTERMINATOR pic.twitter.com/2bHhy1lYbZ— Christian Falk (@cfbayern) July 15, 2019
Goal’s Ronan Murphy is citing a report from kicker that Bayern Munich is interested in signing VfB Stuttgart striker Leon Dajaku. The plan for Dajaku would be to join Bayern II.
Here is a video of some Dajaku highlights if you care to take a gander: