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Daily Schmankerl: Bayern Munich Better Not Call Saul; Chelsea still scoping Niklas Süle; More Florian Neuhaus to Bayern news; FC Barcelona and PSG battling over Gini Wijnaldum; and MORE!

Well, we made it! It’s Saturday.

Germany v Denmark - International Friendly Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images

Saul to Bayern rumor disputed (@altobelli13)

Bild journalist Tobi Altschäffl took the liberty of throwing cold water all over the ridiculous rumor linking Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez to Bayern Munich. We could list out about 100 reason why this was absurd from the jump, but why not just let you read Altschäffl’s tweet:

sprung to action because of the multitude of “Saul agrees to deal with Bayern” stories that flooded the internet and social media on Friday...including this one.

Chelsea still scoping Süle (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea still has its eyes on Bayern Munich center-back Niklas Süle:

Bayern Munich star Niklas Süle is the subject of interest from Chelsea and the German giants are reportedly willing to listen to offers. Bayern are rumoured to be interested in meeting Chelsea representatives and negotiate a fee for the central defender.

Though Thiago Silva has proved to be a shrewd bit of business by the Blues, the 36-year-old limped out of action in the Champions League final and may not be able to feature as much next season should Chelsea extend his contract for a further year.

Süle dazzles with footwork and scoring touch (@DFB_Team_EN)

Süle also displayed some fantastic skill for a big fella as he put it all on display during Germany’s training session yesterday:

Wijnalum to Barca? To PSG? Who knows... (@brfootball)

Apparently the done deal between Liverpool midfielder Gini Wijnaldum and FC Barcelona was not so “done.” Paris Saint-Germain has allegedly swooped in with a late offer:

Neuhaus could be an option next season (@Plettigoal via @iMiaSanMia)

Florian Neuhaus was superb against Denmark and started to get Bayern Munich fans all hot and bothered once again by his silky play in Germany’s midfield. Sport1 journalist Florian Plettenberg re-stated what many have already assumed: Neuhaus is not going anywhere next summer, but could be an option for the Bavarians in 2022:

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