Bundesliga Transfer Talk


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With Bayern Munich having already secured the Bundesliga title and in the semi-finals of the Champions League, Sport 4 Thought gives you the scoop on how they aim to strengthen further and what biggest rivals, Borussia Dortmund, can do to close the gap this summer…

Bayern Munich

The Bavarian juggernaut continues and only mild tweaks and refreshments of an incredibly successful squad are seen as necessary. Anchor man, Sebastien Rode, is set to arrive on a free transfer to offer more options in defensive midfield. Robert Lewandowski is also set to arrive on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund : a huge coup for the club. This has upset target man, Mario Mandzukic, who also has concerns about game time. Mandzukic has spoken to Arsenal, Chelsea and Real Madrid without the club’s permission, but this is believed to be a ploy to guarantee improved terms from the club, rather than engineer an exit. Swiss winger, Xherdan Shaqiri is another unhappy customer at the club. He was refused permission to discuss a move to Liverpool in November, and was made promises about starting appearances that do not appear to have been kept. A transfer request or further demands is likely after the World Cup. A bid for AS Roma’s central defensive stalwart, Mehdi Benatia, has been refused.

Borussia Dortmund

The hole left by Robert Lewandowski’s departure is set to be filled by two players : Striker Adrian Ramos is close to signing from Hertha Berlin and Torino striker Ciro Immobile is also a player the club are speaking with. Nuri Sahin is set to complete his return to the club from Real Madrid for a meagre fee of £5m. Klopp also wants another central defender and creative midfielder : Dortmund will compete with AS Roma for Davide Astori of Cagliary – and have asked to be kept informed on the future of Inter Milan creator, Mateo Kovacic.

Written by THE TRANSFER GURU

Sport 4 Thought

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