Sport1 journalist Florian Plettenberg had former Bayern Munich technical director Michael Reschke on his “Meine Bayern Woche” podcast and Reschke opened up about one of the most persistent transfer rumors surrounding the Bavarians.
Reschke told Plettenberg that he was “skeptical” about a move for Stade Rennais midfielder Eduardo Camavinga to Bayern Munich and categorized it as “unlikely.” There were several reasons for that assessment including timing, positional needs, and the other teams who were interested in Camavinga:
Update #Camavinga: I asked Reschke, who works for his agency. EC to #FCBayern 2021? "I am sceptical about that. It's rather unlikely." Why? "The time factor, the positional needs & requirements of FCB & the alternatives EC has on the international market.” #MeineBayernWoche— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) April 9, 2021
Reschke, who works for ICM Stellar Sports — the agency representing Camavinga, certainly offered an insider’s perspective on this particular transfer rumor. The “positional needs” aspect of this is the part that should hit home the most for Camavinga with regard to Bayern Munich
By all accounts, Bayern Munich is seeking to extend the contracts of both Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka, while Marc Roca and Corentin Tolisso are also still scheduled to be on Bayern Munich’s roster next season. There have been rumors surrounding Tolisso, but nothing concrete has emerged as of yet.
From there, Bayern Munich’s organizational depth gets a little murky.