Daily Schmankerl: No swap deal for Bayern Munich and Juventus involving Benjamin Pavard and Arthur; Hansi Flick expected more from German teams in the Champions League; Denis Zakaria and Marcus Thuram have plenty of suitors; plus MORE!

The Twitter account iMiaSanMia has acquired Sport Bild player Christian Valck as he talks to ‘Bayern Insider’ about a possible swap deal between Bayern Munich and Juventus that includes Benjamin Pavard and Arthur.

We can assume these rumors came from Italy, but Falk was quick to dismiss them – and for good reason:

Pavard is coming off a solid performance against FC Barcelona, ​​but he has a long-term plan to play as central defence. Will he get this chance at Bayern Munich?

While Bayern Munich is likely to be in the market for a midfielder, Arthur may not fit exactly what the Bavarians need at this point (and they might get a pretty big salary too).

Niklas Dorsch, the former Bayern Munich midfielder and current Augsburg player, continues to prove that I probably had what it took to achieve at the Allianz Arena:

Germany coach Hansi Flick was not happy that only Bayern Munich qualified for the knockout stage of the Champions League.

“Bayern did a great job, not only in the Bundesliga, but also at the international level. They reached the group stage with great confidence without losing any points. But as in England, where three clubs play at the same level, unfortunately we do not have that in German Bundesliga,” Flick said. “It’s also a reversal in the Champions League, the English are all in the next round completely and for us only Bayern there. It’s not good for us. It’s about our players measuring themselves against the best. In general, we can’t be satisfied with the fact that only Bavaria are involved. In the next turn.”

Bayern Munich had another big week.

After a somewhat controversial victory over Borussia Dortmund in classicThe Bavarian team faced Barcelona in the Champions League – after which the Catalan team was sent to the European League.

Although that was the good news for this week, we have more:

  • A look at the repercussions of Bayern Munich’s great victory over Barcelona.
  • Joshua Kimmich is suffering from the after-effects of his encounter with COVID-19, so perhaps people should lay off his beating in hopes that he will feel better soon.
  • Some thoughts on the reported chase for Nico Schlutterbeek and what that might mean for Bayern Munich’s current core of defenders on the roster – and on loan.
  • A snapshot of the new season of It’s always sunny in Philadelphia And what other comedy does it make me laugh out loud once or more per episode.

Niklas Süle is a big guy, but the angle captured in this photo—plus Ricoy Puig’s petite stature—makes the photo absolutely perfect:

Denis Zakaria is gaining more candidates with the joining of West Ham United, Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Barcelona, ​​Juventus and more:

According to a report by Calciomercato, West Ham United have registered an interest in signing Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria. The Swiss international’s contract expires at the end of the season, and Liverpool and Everton also want him.

Zakaria has been with Gladbach since 2017 when he arrived from Swiss giants BSC Young Boys and has grown to become a key member of the first team. So far, the 25-year-old has made 141 appearances so far for the Bundesliga team, scoring 11 goals and scoring eight assists in the process.

Bayern Munich are playing their third game since last Saturday and after two big victories, it would be easy to think that the Bavarians could be prepared to disappoint.

With a plethora of key players and his star man laid off due to the Ballon d’Or chaos, the Bavarians may be playing with a chip on their collective shoulder. I hope this is the case for Bayern Munich fans. This is what we have on tap:

  • Look at each team’s place in the table.
  • Acknowledgment that Germany’s Under-21 national team star Jonathan Burckhardt deserves Bayern Munch’s full attention.
  • Guess in Julian Nagelsmann’s lineup.
  • Anticipate the match.

Borussia Monchengladbach star Marcus Thuram almost moved to Inter Milan last summer. I wonder if he wishes he made that leap?

Details here:

Marcus Thuram was on the verge of moving from Borussia Monchengladbach to Inter Milan in the summer. When a move was indeed imminent was revealed by Gladbach’s star advisor, Mino Raiola, in a SPORT1 interview.

Raiola explained: “He made a huge development there. The way was open for him to move abroad in the summer. Normally we would take him to Inter Milan. Everything was clear until he got injured.”

Due to a ruptured internal ligament in his knee, Thuram took 59 days off work between August and October. Previously, other knee problems had put him off work.

The 24-year-old Frenchman is now ready for all the big clubs, whether in England, Germany, Italy or France. He can choose.”

Raiola confirmed: “I love negotiating with Max Eberl. He is a great manager.”

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