Transfers, news and rumors – wild goalkeeper rumors about Bayern

The transfer window in the European leagues is open. Who goes where? Which transfers are fixed? What are the rumours? The news and rumors of January 13th.

Christopher Nkunku

The striker’s move to Chelsea should probably have been fixed since the summer. the Leipziger Volkszeitung reported that the Frenchman had a clause built into his contract extension with RB until 2026 in June, with which he can move to London in 2023 for a fee of 65 million euros.

The Torgarant cannot currently help Leipzig on the field. The star is staying in Paris because of a knee injury and, according to coach Marco Rose, is not expected back until mid-February. The 25-year-old should support the ailing blues from next season. According to media reports, he will sign there until 2028. However, there is still no official confirmation.

Oscar Gloukh

The rumors about the Israeli talent and BVB don’t stop. Now the Israeli news agency One Borussia Dortmund counted among those interested in the 18-year-old. The midfield jewel has probably also called other clubs onto the scene. According to the report, FC Barcelona, ​​Ajax Amsterdam, Tottenham, Benfica Lisbon and AS Monaco are after Gloukh.

The 18-year-old was from Scotland last fall Daily Record been associated with the black and yellow. Can BVB prevail against the strong competition?

Youssoufa Moukoko

The poker for the attacker could probably be over soon. According to information from sky both parties have come closer in the training camp in Marbella. After a long back and forth, an extension is now apparently likely.

The 18-year-old is said to have a four-year contract and will receive a basic salary of three million euros. However, bonuses could increase the sum to five million euros. The national player should apparently receive ten million euros for the signature alone. Only the details are missing.

Diogo Costa

The Portuguese national keeper is apparently a candidate for FC Bayern. According to his compatriot and transfer expert Bruno Andrade, the 23-year-old has an exit clause of 75 million euros at FC Porto.

His contract does not end until 2027. According to Andrade, a commitment would also be an issue in the summer, but unlikely due to the high transfer fee. Manchester United are also said to be interested.

Marco Reus

The BVB captain is apparently “upset” about his contract situation. reason should be loud sports1 be the expiring contract of the 33-year-old. So far there have been no talks about an extension. That’s why it should now “simmer enormously behind the scenes”. You can find all the news here.

Jerome Roussillon

On Thursday evening, FC Union Berlin announced the commitment of the left-back. The future of the 30-year-old at VfL Wolfsburg had been in the balance for a long time. However, the change to the iron comes as a surprise.

The conditions are currently unknown, Union only speaks of a fixed change, according to picture he signs “at least until 2025”. Manager Oliver Ruhnert says: “With Jerome we not only get more breadth in the squad, but at the same time breadth with high quality. In the second half of the season with many games again on the national and international stage, this high quality across the board is essential. That’s why we are We are all the happier that we were able to sign Jérôme in winter.”

Madrid: Will Brahim Díaz become Hazard’s successor?

A tug-of-war is looming between Real Madrid and AC Milan over playmaker Brahim Díaz. The Italians are keen to keep the midfielder for the rest of the season, but Real’s managers have more leverage in poker for the 23-year-old’s services.

Díaz is currently on loan from Los Blancos to Milan. After this season, the Italians have the option to sign him via a purchase option for €22m. Several Italian media like that Corriere dello Sport or the transfer experts Fabrizio Romano and Gianluca Di Marzio report that it is the firm intention of the Milan bosses to exercise the option.

However, Real Madrid secured a buyback option when agreeing the loan deal. Should Milan sign Díaz, the Champions League winners could bring him back directly for just €3m more. That should also be the plan at Real. They want to give up 100 million flop Eden Hazard in the summer and replace him with Díaz, it is said.

Florence Mollet

FC Schalke and the midfielder will probably go their separate ways. According to media reports, FC Nantes are said to be interested in the Frenchman and have already submitted an offer. The chances of a commitment are apparently good.

According to picture Mollet and the French club already agree. However, the Royal Blues are said to be asking for another million euros for Mollet. There will probably be a deal as early as next week.

Andreas Hanche-Olsen

The Norwegian international joins FSV Mainz 05. The central defender comes from KAA Gent and has signed a long-term contract. It was agreed not to disclose the fee.

Coach Bo Svensson is enthusiastic about the newcomer: He is […] in the best footballing age, physically strong and fast – a central defender who defines himself absolutely by defending the goal. In addition, Andreas is a real leader who took on the role of captain in Norway at a young age and has a top mentality. His profile, both athletic and personality, fits perfectly into our team.

Santiago Ascacibar

The Argentinian from Hertha is about to return home. “We knew that he didn’t feel so happy there and that he was really homesick for Argentina. There are private reasons for that. We’re in the last steps that he’ll be loaned out to Estudiantes until the summer,” said managing director Fredi Bobic on Thursday evening Training camp of the Berliners in Florida.

The 25-year-old has been with the old lady since 2020 and was loaned to US Cremonese in Serie A in the summer.

Stefan Lainer

The Austrian is probably on the list at FC Turin. According to transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio, the Italian club has already asked Borussia Mönchengladbach. Accordingly, the Italians are looking for a short-term replacement for Valentino Lazaro. Lainer’s compatriot will be out for around three months with a torn ligament in his right knee.

Lainer still has a contract with the foals until 2024, but does not play a major role under trainer Daniel Farke. The 30-year-old can only play 27 minutes.

Maximilian Mittelstadt

Werder Bremen is apparently behind the Herthaner. That reports the picture-Newspaper. Former Berliner Niklas Stark took this step last summer and would be happy about his former companion. He was “a good guy and would fit well into our system,” he praised Mittelstädt.

In the event of a transfer, the 25-year-old would probably have to cut back financially. It seems unlikely that the Hanseatic League will be able to raise the 1.8 million euros that Mittelstädt is used to in annual salaries in Berlin.

Thomas Meunier

The Belgian wants to do without an advisor in the future. “It’s true that I’m now representing myself. I don’t find that unusual. I’ve been in the football business for a long time and after all these years I know the people in charge of all the big clubs. I have all the contacts,” explained Meunier sports1.

Most recently, the defender was represented by Jaques Lichtenstein. However, this was cut short for health reasons. Meunier also sees it as an advantage to rely on himself in the future. “If at some point I might need a new challenge, I can call the clubs myself and sort it out.”

However, he currently sees no reason to change clubs anyway – despite persistent rumours. “I still have a year and a half contract with BVB. It’s a big club with which I still have a lot planned,” he continued.

Stephen Baumgart

The Cologne coach does not want to play poker in future contract negotiations. “We made a very clear statement: We are no longer negotiating,” Baumgart explained express. “If the club wants me to stay, it will go on for another year. I will not say no,” the Effzeh coach followed with a blank power of attorney.

You don’t have to talk about money either. “If everyone says that the work fits, we’ll just extend it. In any case, I don’t plan to leave,” affirmed the 51-year-old, whose contract expires in 2024. After all, he wanted to “leave traces in Cologne, I should be remembered positively.”

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