Jurgen Klopp is reportedly eyeing another move for a Bundesliga player with Augsburg defender Ragnar Klavan close to completing a transfer to Anfield.
Borussia Dortmund travel to the WWK Arena to take on Bundesliga strugglers Augsburg on Sunday, aiming to keep up the pressure on league leaders Bayern Munich at the top of the table.
While we bask in the glory of table-topping teams like Leicester City, Barcelona, Juventus, and Bayern Munich, there is a lot of resentment brewing in the lower halves of the table.
Liverpool travel to Germany to take on Bundesliga strugglers Augsburg in the first knock-out round of the UEFA Europa League on Thursday.
Liverpool attacker Adam Lallana has been ruled of tonight's UEFA Europa League first knock out round clash against German outfit Augsburg, but Lucas Leiva is back in the squad having recovered from his muscle injury.
Thomas Muller converted a controversial 90th minute penalty as Bayern Munich came back from a goal down to defeat Bavarian rivals Augsburg 2-1 while Borussia Dortmund also made it four wins from four in Bundesliga action on Saturday.
BAYERN MUNICH vs FC AUGSBURG Allianz Arena, Munich Saturday 11th September, 2015, 19:00 IST *** The return of Bundesliga action following the international break is marked by the Bavarian Derby on Saturday when Bayern Munich host FC Augsburg at the Allianz Arena. Both sides have started the season in contrasting styles with Bayern winning all three of their games and Augsburg managing to just grab onto a solitary point, leaving them near the bottom of the table. However, recent history suggests that the game will be anything but one-sided as Augsburg managed to win 2 of their last 3 games versus Bayern. Bayern Munich: Nine points, ten goals scored and just one conceded in 3 games. It has been business as usual for Bayern in the Bundesliga so far, but they face a tricky opponent in Augsburg. Thirteen of Bayern’s players were involved in International action the last week and fatigue may mean that Pep Guardiola could be forced to […]
Spain international Javi Martinez could make his Bayern Munich comeback in Saturday's Bavarian derby at home to Augsburg after more than a year out with a serious knee injury.
Germany's Augsburg confirmed on Sunday they have sold Ghana international defender Abdul Rahman Baba to Premier League champions Chelsea for a reported fee of 19.8 million euros (£14 million, $21.9m).
Chelsea FC are close to secure the signature of Augsburg left back Baba Rahman for a fee of £17.5m as per reports in the Guardian.