Liverpool and Bayern Munich are now seen as likelier destinations for Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho next summer after Manchester United’s failure to secure his signing, according to figures close to the England forward.
As for Manchester United’s hope of acquiring Sancho, a source told The Independent that the youngster was not “exactly beating down the door” to make a move to the Red Devils.
Give him a warm ♥️ welcome!— PSV International (@psveindhoven) October 6, 2020
MARIOOOO GÖTZEEEEEEE #MeisterMario
Not gonna lie...I was hoping to see Götze with Bayern Munich, but it wasn’t meant to be I guess. Maybe he and Adrian Fein can “bro up” in the Netherlands?
For his part, Götze seems ready for a new challenge.
“We had some nice talks and I seriously considered making a move to the Netherlands,” says Götze. “I had a lot of offers this summer but I am a man of feeling and make my own decisions. I feel I am ready for a very different challenge and I am confident that this should be a very comfortable transition for me.”
Now that you’ve had time to absorb Bayern Munich’s transfer/loan situation, it is time to reflect. We’ve done a round-up of every pertinent move and Marcus Iredahl gave his strong take on why he thinks it was a lackluster window. Now, we need your opinion:
Give us YOUR rating on Bayern Munich’s transfer and loan moves for this past window:
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A - Fantasic
B - Very Good
C - Decent
D - Could have been a lot better
E - Disaster
Mesut Özil stepped up in a big way for Arsenal at a time when the club is killing itself with some bad optics.
I was so sad that Jerry Quy aka our famous & loyal mascot @Gunnersaurus and integral part of our club was being made redundant after 27 years. As such, I’m offering to reimburse @Arsenal with the full salary of our big green guy as long as I will be an Arsenal player... pic.twitter.com/IfWN38x62z— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) October 6, 2020