The need for Barcelona is to lower the wage bill, at all costs. Also to free some important players, including Miralem Pjanic. According to Mundo Deportivo, the Catalan club would have let the former Juventus know that Ronald Koeman will not bet on him and would have granted him the freedom to leave for free, despite last year he was bought for €60m (in the budget), obtained through the sale of Arthur.
The newspaper based in Catalonia, the Bosnian midfielder, before accepting the termination of the contract proposed to him by Barça, wants to explore the market to see if there are companies willing to take him and pay him his high salary. Juventus and Inter - we read - are interested in bringing him back to Serie A, while in France they write that PSG could also give us a thought.
Could Bayern Munich be interested in a move for Pjanic?
Former Bayern Munich transfer target Cengiz Under is off to Olympique Marseille on a loan assignment from AS Roma:
Salut, la plus belle ville de , salut Les Olympiens.— Cengiz Ünder (@cengizunder) July 4, 2021
Nous nous amuserons tellement… #DroitAuBut
Hello, the most beautiful city of , hello Olympians. We will have so much fun… #DroitAuBut https://t.co/PmfquEV1Dg
Hello, the most beautiful city of Flag of France, hello Olympians. We will have so much fun… #DroitAuBut
Germany was booted from the Euros at the hands of England and now Bavarian Football Works will focus in on Bayern Munich’s upcoming 2021/2022 season. It would have been nice to see Germany continue onward, but it was not in the cards for a multitude of reasons.
- Here is what what we discussed on this week’s episode:
- A look at how and why Germany faltered against England.
- Bayern Munich’s youth system and why it needs to get better.
- Lars Lukas Mai’s loan to Werder Bremen.
- Fiete Arp’s loan to Holstein Kiel.
- A final take on Timo Werner’s disturbing taste for ketchup on pasta.
Even Mats Hummels is poking fun at Erling Haaland’s outfits:
Do you want to see some Bayern Munich skills to hold you over until we get some friendly action? Here you go:
Bremer SV’s reaction to drawing Bayern Munich was classic: