According to the venerable DON, Thiago Alcantara’s time at Bayern Munich nears an end. The Spaniard, who wants to return to La Liga, hopes that his former teammates will forgive him for forcing his way out all the way back in 2013.
On Bayern’s part, the club are allegedly willing to part with him for 50m euros, a generous offer that signifies the friendship between the two FCBs. That’s not actually in the Don’s article, but we feel like it’s implied by the text.
Messi’s contract clause puts Manchester City on alert (ManchesterEveningNews)
After the public feud between Lionel Messi and Barca sporting director Eric Abidal, new rumors have come to light about a supposed clause in the Argentine’s contract that would allow him to leave Barcelona for free in the summer. Apparently, Messi can leave for free to any club that agrees to pay his €50m a year salary.
Man City, who have former Barca men in Ferran Soriano and Txiki Begiristain on their payroll, are looking to be the first in line for the player’s signature should he choose to leave the Catalan capital.
Of course, having heard the same “Messi wants to leave” story for several years now, no one’s really buying it this time.
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Wanted: Beer Sherpa (11freunde)
Check out this German classified ad on eBay. If you are ready to answer the call, here is what is says in English:
BVB | Wanted: beer-sherpa | Ticket for getting beer
We’re looking for you! We need you!
You always wanted to go see BVB? But you never get tickets? No problem!
We’ll get you a ticket for ever game — for nothing! You can follow the game with us from the Südtribüne, cheer on Borussia, listen in on our weighty discussions, toss one back with us. Everything you want and have always dreamed of.
Only condition: 4-5 times per match you have to go to the beer stand and get us new beers at our expense. A man purse is enough. Eight beers always go.
Interested? Then contact us!
To that end: the main thing is booze and BVB!
Note: you’re awesome! So many fans have gotten in touch who would love to trink a beer with us in the stadium that we now have to figure out over a round of pilsners who we’ll solve the whole problem fairly, transparently, and pleasantly. We’ll be in touch!
Guardiola still looking out for Bayern (sort of)
RB Leipzig newcomer Angelino talked about his move to the Bundesliga ...