Coach legend Fabio Capello can envision FCB striker Robert Lewandowski at Manchester United. Marc Roca rules out a departure from Bayern Munich. Here you will find news and rumors about FCB.
Here you will find news and rumors about FC Bayern Munich from the previous day.
FCB, News: Capello can imagine Lewandowski at Man United
Coach legend Fabio Capello praised Robert Lewandowski at the Globe Soccer Awards in Dubai. Before the award ceremony, the 75-year-old told Sky Sports that he hopes the Bayern striker will win.
“I am a Messi fan but I would not have voted for him. I think the Pole deserves the award. I think he is still the best striker, even if Neymar, Haaland and Mbappe will be his rivals in the future said Capello. This wish did not come true, in the end Kylian Mbappé from Paris Saint-Germain was allowed to receive the prize.
The Italian also revealed that he could imagine Lewandowski with the Red Devils in England – as there is a real nine missing. “Lewa could leave Bayern. I know there are rumours. I think he would do well anywhere but there is one team in the Premier League that doesn’t have a real striker and that is Manchester United, now Cristiano Ronaldo in this position begins.” “
FC Bayern, News: Marc Roca rules out a move
After months of waiting, Marc Roca could finally prove himself under Julian Nagelsmann and that is why he has now tasted blood. “It would be a mistake to go,” he told the photo. “You could say that I am currently experiencing my best moment since coming to Bayern – both in terms of football, physically and mentally.”
However, according to Roca, this has not always been the case. “When I had little prospects in October and November despite my hard training, I started to think twice,” said the Spaniard. In the current situation, however, it is “clear to him that I am staying”.
Roca, who did not play under Nagelsmann for a long time, also looked back on the return after injury: ‘Due to an ankle injury […] I was out for two months. After that it was very difficult for me to find a place and get working hours. Nevertheless, my personal conclusion is very positive. Also because I played the last four games and felt really good.”
FCB, News: Doctor about change Götzes Bayern
Augsburg knee specialist Ulrich Boenisch examined Mario Götze in 2013 before moving from BVB to Bayern. The people of Munich wanted to keep the whole action a secret at the time, so Götze had to travel to Augsburg for a medical check-up.
“It was a transfer hammer then. When he was examined by us, there was the highest level of alertness. We handed out hats, used rear entrances, pure discretion,” Boenisch said in an interview with Augsburger Allgemeine.
In practice, “everything was blocked for two hours” so that the action would not come to light. “It was a great experience, also because he is a nice, polite man,” says Boenisch, one of the leading knee specialists in Europe.
FC Bayern, News: FCB makes agreements with Kulusevski of Juventus
FC Bayern is apparently interested in signing Swedish midfielder Dejan Kulusevski from Italian top club Juventus.
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FC Bayern Munich: the upcoming matches
|Friday 7 January, 8.30 pm||Bundesliga||Borussia Monchengladbach (home)|
|Saturday, January 15, 3:30 p.m.||Bundesliga||1. FC Cologne (away)|
|Sunday 23 January, 5.30 pm||Bundesliga||Hertha BSC (Off)|
|Saturday, February 5, 6.30 pm.||Bundesliga||RB Leipzig (home)|
|Saturday, February 12, 3:30 PM.||Bundesliga||VfL Bochum (Away)|