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Daily Schmankerl: Juventus eyeing Bayern Munich’s Corentin Tolisso; PSG to make last ditch effort for Erling Haaland?; Frenchman too expensive for Bayern Munich; and MORE!

It’s GAME DAY! Are you ready for Bayern Munich vs. Hertha Berlin?

Bremer SV v Bayern Munchen - DFB Cup: First Round Photo by Joern Pollex/Getty Images

Juve back in for Tolisso? (Forza Italian Football)

Based on a report from Gazzetta Dello Sport, Forza Italian Football wrote up a story detailing that Juventus could have interest in Bayern Munich midfielder Corentin Tolisso if Weston McKennie moves on. With the deadline rapidly approaching, it seems like a lot of dominoes would have to fall for all of that to happen:

Juventus have begun compiling a list of players to pursue should American midfielder Weston McKennie leave the club this summer. McKennie could leave Serie A and has been linked with multiple Premier League clubs and is reportedly keen on leaving Juventus should an offer be made. He is less interested in West Ham United and Aston Villa, but is intrigued by a move to Tottenham Hotspur

Should he leave, La Gazzetta dello Sport report that Bayern Munich’s Corentin Tolisso is a serious option. The Frenchman has been linked with various clubs such as Manchester United over the summer.

The fluid transfer situations between Bayern Munich and Marcel Sabitzer and the Bavarians and Jonas Hofmann make it tough to figure what will happen with Tolisso — and just how likely Bayern Munich would be to let him leave.

If Tolisso stays, it would almost be guaranteed that he leaves the club on a free transfer next summer.

PSG to make a final push for Haaland (@JanAageFjortoft)

With Kylian Mbappe rumored to be in talks for a move to Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain is — allegedly — pondering whether or not to open its vast vault to make an offer for Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland:

ICYMI: The Weekend Warm-up Podcast (Bavarian Football Works)

There was no shortage of news surrounding Bayern Munich this week as the club had an active week in the media.

Whether it was Joshua Kimmich’s contract extension going official, ongoing transfer news, two games, and the Champions League, there is plenty to discuss. Here is what we have on tap:

  • What Kimmich’s deal means moving forward.
  • Bayern Munich’s performance against FC Köln and Bremer SV.
  • The latest on Marcel Sabitzer and Jonas Hofmann.
  • The juicy Champions League match-ups.

Frenchman too expensive for Bayern (@Plettigoal via @iMiaSanMia)

Bayern Munich reportedly had interest in Stade Brest 29 winger/attacking midfielder Romain Faivre, but the €15 million asking price was just too high:

Stiller called to Germany U-21s (@DFB_Team_EN)

Former Bayern Munich midfielder Angelo Stiller earned a call to the Germany U-21 side:

ICYMI: Bavarian Podcast Works Preview Show (Bavarian Football Works)

After downing FC Köln and Bremer SV, Bayern Munich steamrolling into this weekend’s Bundesliga tilt with Hertha Berlin.

The Bavarians will play host to Die Alte Dame and should have some key players rested. Robert Lewandowski and Leon Goretzka did not even make the trip to Bremen for the DFB-Pokal match (and it is probably a good thing they were held back given the 12-0 final score), which could be dangerous for Hertha Berlin.

Imagine facing Robert Lewandowski with fresh legs?


Things could get rough for Hertha Berlin. Anyway, here is what we have on tap:

  • A quick look at the recent form of both sides.
  • A guess at Julian Nagelsmann’s lineup for the match.
  • A prediction on the game.

Nagelsmann and Lewandowski having some fun (@FCBayern)

Julian Nagelsmann and Robert Lewandowski had some fun on campus:

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