Bayern Munich center-back and rumored Chelsea FC target Niklas Süle is reportedly ready to extend his deal by one-year — essentially delaying a decision on his future for one more campaign in Bavaria:
Playing for Bayern Munich since 2017/18, German international center-back Niklas Süle grew into a major Chelsea target, on Blues boss Thomas Tuchel’s suggestion. Bundesliga giants top brass, however, turned down Stamford Bridge side, and, according to Sport Bild, are now making plans to sign the player on a further long-term, beyond current June 2022 deadline.
Partaking into Euro 2020 campaign, Hoffenheim alumni is allegedly likely to accept Bayern offer, and keep up with his ongoing tenure with German giants. Turning 26 on September 3rd, Süle has so far collected 133 official caps for the team, scoring six goals therein. Besides, he already won 12 titles, home and international ones combined, as a Bayern player.
Ex-Manchester United player Luke Chadwick says the Red Devils should make a run at Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski:
“Without a shadow of a doubt (United should be in for Lewandowski),” Chadwick said. “The man’s record in the game is undeniable. It’s quite surprising after the last two seasons he’s had with Bayern that he’s looking to move, but similarly to Kane he’s not getting any younger; it might be his last opportunity to come and play in the Premier League, the best league in the world. “I’m sure all the big hitters in the Premier League will be looking at him. He’d be a great signing for United, we’ve mentioned Haaland and Kane, but he’s the other one who’d really offer that volume of goals that are realistic targets.”
This is what we have on tap for this episode:
- How Germany managed to advance past Hungary and into the knockout round.
- What lineup — and formation — changes could be happening for Joachim Löw.
- If Löw will bench any of his “Made Men.”
- A take on Julian Nagelsmann’s desire to bring in a right-wing back, who the candidates are, and what players might have trouble fitting into a potential 3-4-3 in Bavaria.
While there are no formal rumors linking Lille midfielder Renato Sanches to Paris Saint-Germain, at least one expert thinks the move would make sense:
French football pundit Daniel Riolo stated on the airwaves of RMC Sport (via Canal Supporters) that the capital club should be inquiring about Sanches since PSG wants to improve its midfield.
“If he erases the 2-3 imperfections he has, I think he is one of the best midfielders in Europe,” Riolo said. “He is in Lille what PSG has been looking for midfielders for a very long time. Renato Sanches, you have to take it. He will be one of the best. He has an activity, technical, and wins duels. Really, I find that this player is improving.”
While there are no formal reports linking Sanches to PSG, there are PLENTY of stories attaching Inter Milan’s Achraf Hakimi to Paris Saint-Germain. Per Fabrizio Romano, Hakimi wants to make the move to Les Parisiens:
Achraf Hakimi wants to join Paris Saint-Germain. He’s just waiting for PSG next steps - Inter are still waiting for Leonardo to send the new official bid around €70m expected in the next hours to complete the deal. #PSG— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 24, 2021
And...it’s getting closer:
Hakimi deal, at final stages. Achraf made it clear to his agents: he wants to join Paris Saint-Germain, personal terms are agreed until 2026. #PSG— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 25, 2021
Feeling from Inter: once PSG official improved bid [around €70m] arrives, the deal will be signed and completed. ⏳
Former Bayern Munich midfielder and current Inter
Arturo Vidal opens to a transfer to Flamengo but only at the end of the contract with Inter in 2022.
During an interview with Colombian radio ‘W Radio’, the Chilean midfielder expressed himself as follows about his future:
“To play for Flamengo one day? Yes. I always say that my dream is to play for Flamengo. I have a contract with Inter, but maybe next year I’ll come here. It would be a dream, my hunger remains the same as always”, he said.
Some of you have already seen this, but it was good...really good:
As for the search for a new right-back, contacts continue with Alvaro Odriozola of Real Madrid, the Spanish international born in 1995. The formula on which we are thinking is that of a loan, given that the player would not fit into Ancelotti’s plans.