Nope, per at least one report, Real Madrid also wants Kingsley Coman and Joshua Kimmich:
Joshua Kimmich and Kingsley Coman have a contract with Bayern Munich until 2023. At the moment, the Bavarian team has not been interested in renewing either of the two players.
Let me interject here...there is zero indication that Bayern Munich does not want to negotiate with either player — in fact, the Bavarians were already negotiating with Coman’s camp before the proceedings turned into Kramer vs. Kramer. As for Kimmich, it is widely-known that the club is keen to lockdown Kimmich with a long-term deal ASAP. Anyway, go on...
Real Madrid is aware of what happens within the team that plays in the Bundesliga, thinking about the future. With Mbappé as the main objective for 2021, the whites see other options in the medium term convinced that the club’s economy will improve.
As Defensa Central has learned from sources close to the club, the pivot and left winger are two players who they would like to reinforce the squad for 2022.
Sorry, me again. The “source” at Real Madrid is pictured below:
If the Bavarians continue without renewing their two pupils, Real Madrid could handle the possibility of having them and negotiate their card with the first team for next year.
In this way, Coman and Kimmich would be very close to following in the footsteps of their former teammate in Munich to score an Alaba. The Austrian will terminate his contract with the German club and will arrive in the capital for free.
So there you have it...you all might as well start packing away those Kimmich and Coman jerseys right away.
Check out this week’s episode where you can hear some dope talk about the following topics:
- A look at the ups-and-downs of Germany’s friendlies and what the squad looks like heading into the European Championships.
- An analysis of what Bayern Munich could do with its goalkeeping situation for the 2021/2022 season.
- A Buy or Sell look at some of Bayern Munich’s players — and potential targets — as the squad prepares to try and round out its roster during the summer transfer window.
Bayern Munich center-back Niklas Süle was once again mentioned as a transfer target for Chelsea:
Bayern Munich centre-back Niklas Sule is one of the options they are considering, while they have lodged a £56.1 million bid for Inter Milan’s right wing-back Achraf Hakimi.
Borussia Dortmund is looking to extend Jude Bellingham’s stay in Germany:
Bellingham has become one of the more popular transfer targets for English clubs. When BVB eventually goes to sell the youngster, it should stand to make a nice profit.
Real Madrid star and Germany midfielder Toni Kroos just wants Sergio Ramos to stay with Los Blancos. Sevilla has reportedly (ridiculously?) made the 35-year-old a five-year contract offer:
Earlier today we brought you the news Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has reportedly been offered a five-year contract by Sevilla. Ramos’ contract at Real Madrid will expire this summer, but teammate Toni Kroos says he wants the veteran defender to stay in the Spanish capital.
“I don’t know how things are going with the club,” said the German midfielder. “Of course he’s a top colleague and I enjoyed very much playing with him and I really hope that we’ll have some more years together,” the midfielder told reporters. “But in the end it’s not my decision. What I can say is that he’s a great guy - and the best captain I ever had in my career.”
It appears that Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland recently moved, which some transfer experts are saying means he will definitely stay with BVB next season:
Erling Braut Haaland’s future will not be far from Borussia Dortmund. And it is not only the appalling request of the Gialloneri who are asking for 200 million for their striker, but also for the desire of the person concerned to remain, at least for now, in Germany.
According to AS, the player’s will would be strengthened by a recent “real estate” choice. The Norwegian center forward would have moved from his previous residence in Germany. Haaland, who lived in the residential area of Hörde near the Westfalkenpark - where Signal Iduna Park is located - has now moved into a house in the south of the city, in the residential area of Hohensyburg. He completed the move before responding to Norway’s call-up, which would show his intention to play in the Bundesliga next season as well.
If we could get an episode of Haaland saying how he wants more natural light or an open concept, that would be fantastic.