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Daily Schmankerl: Callum Hudson-Odoi to Bayern Munich on loan?; Timo Werner convinced Chelsea was the right move; Torben Rhein staying put; Robert Lewandowski gets tricky; Jadon Sancho update on move to Manchester United; and MORE!

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Can Germany right the ship against Lativa on Monday?

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Hudson-Odoi a loan candidate? (Sport Bild)

Sport Bild issued an analysis of the summer transfer window plans for all 18 Bundesliga clubs and not shockingly, we saw some familiar names on Bayern Munich’s should go/can go list...including Alexander Nübel, Niklas Süle, and Corentin Tolisso, among other players we heard could be included in a “fire sale.”

One interesting note from the analysis was that Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi could be a loan candidate:

The transfer summer will also be a game of patience for the record champions. New coach Julian Nagelsmann (33) knows that there are no large transfer budgets. In order to be able to think of top entrants, Bavaria has to generate transfer income through departures and save salaries. For defender Niklas Süle (25), whose dream goal is the Premier League, Munich would only be able to collect a high fee this summer. Goalkeeper Alexander Nübel (24) wants to collect match practice elsewhere, Bayern insists on staying. Surprisingly again in Bayern’s sights: Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi (20).

Should go / can go: Alex Nübel (24), Niklas Süle (25), Corentin Tolisso (26), Bouna Sarr (29), Michaël Cuisance (21), Adrian Fein (22), Joshua Zirkzee (20).

Should come / wanted: A right full-back and a winger, possibly Callum Hudson-Odoi (20) on loan.

I don’t know if that is an arrangement Bayern Munich would be okay with, but it could help fill a void if the Bavarians feel like they need another able body at wing. Of course, this could all be for naught if Julian Nagelsmann deviates from Bayern Munich’s standard 4-2-3-1.

Werner says Chelsea was the right move for him (@altobelli)

Timo Werner is convinced his move to Chelsea was the right one for his career and he does not have plans of being a benchwarmer for the Euros:

Werner did win a Champions League, but has been battered on social media at times. Still, he has embraced his decision and owned it. Hopefully this spell with Germany help Werner work out some of the kinks in his game.

Rhein to stay with Bayern despite relegation (@Plettigoal via @iMiaSanMia)

Bayern Munich youngster Torben Rhein will stay with the club despite Bayern Munich II being relegated to the Regionalliga. Rhein is considered one of Bayern Munich’s best prospects and could potentially break through to the senior team this season:

Rashica bags brace for Kosovo (Bavarian Football Works)

With Bayern Munich and Eintracht Frankfurt both reportedly interested in procuring his services from Werder Bremen, Milot Rashica went out and scored a brace in Kosovo’s 2-1 win over Malta.

Rashica could be a very intriguing option for Bayern Munich — especially is he can be had for less than his rumored €15 million release clause.

Lewy gets tricky (@ESPNFC)

This was pretty cool by Robert Lewandowski:

Sancho getting antsy about his future (@SPORT1 via @swearimnotpaul)

Citing a report from Sport1, Goal journalist Ronan Murphy tweeted that England star Jadon Sancho wants to get an idea of what is going on with the talked between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United:

Sancho leaving Borussia Dortmund would be a huge blow to its roster, but probably a nice cash influx to its bank account.