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Final transfer window moves for Bayern Munich might pay dividends if finalized

A few minor moves could have big implications in the future.

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Bayern Munich’s transfer window was not always bustling with activity, but it was extremely productive at the same time as the club landed manager Julian Nagelsmann, midfielder Marcel Sabitzer, and defender Dayot Upamecano to highlight its haul. In addition, Sven Ulreich and Omar Richards were added as depth.

The Bavarians, though, are expected to make a few minor moves that would not affect the first-team roster according to Sport Bild’s Tobi Altschäffl:

We had already heard that Bayern Munich was likely done with acquiring players and also that Leon Goretzka’s deal will get done after this international break, but it appears that the Bavarians are set to make a couple of moves.

The rumored move to acquire young Croatian talent Lovro Zvonarek looks set to happen. Zvonarek will then be loaned back to his current club, Slaven Belupo. Meanwhile Chris Richards could get the loan back to Hoffenheim that he desperately wanted.

For Richards, a move back to Sinsheim would be a fantastic opportunity get key Bundesliga minutes for a good squad. Per Sport Bild’s Christian Falk, Richards did not partake in the squad’s training today:

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