Bayern Munich are reportedly ready to make the loan move of Juventus player Kingsley Coman permanent in the coming days.
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has revealed that he knows where Pep Guardiola is heading next summer, but was tight-lipped over disclosing the Spaniard’s subsequent club’s name. That Guardiola would leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season was certain, but Rummenigge said it is Guardiola’s decision as to when he wants to break the ice to the media about his future. Guardiola has been heavily linked to Chelsea and both the Manchester clubs, but where he will be seen next season remains a suspense. Chairman knows where Guardiola is going Rummenigge, despite claiming to know Pep’s next destination, has refused to reveal the identity of the club and admitted it was a difficult decision to make for the former Barcelona manager. “I think I know where he is going,” Rummenigge told skysports. “But I want to leave the announcement to him or his new employer. “At the Christmas party two weeks ago he came to me, he told me that he […]
A fateful season is nearing its end. Bayern Munich still has to qualify for the Champions League. What else is next? What lies ahead for the Bavarians?
Hattrick from misfiring striker Mario Gomez ensured a much needed victory for Bayern Munich and kept their title hopes alive for another day.