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Bayern’s Sporting Director Declares Mbappe’s Transfer to Madrid a ‘Death Blow’ to Football

Kylian Mbappe's transition to Real Madrid could spell dismay for football as a whole, a sentiment echoed by Max Eberl, the sporting director at Bayern Munich. Having waved goodbye to Paris Saint-Germain after a fruitful seven years, Mbappe inked a lucrative deal with Madrid that includes an eye-watering €150 million signing bonus. The French striker, with a fresh five-year pact, will bag an annual €15 million from the Champions League holders. Eberl casts doubt on the sustainability of such exorbitant payouts, suggesting…

Bayern’s Final-Day Defeat: Tuchel Criticizes Team’s Lack of Focus

The departure of Thomas Tuchel, Bayern Munich's head coach, ended in dismay when they lost 4-2 to Hoffenheim on Saturday. In a disappointing turn of events, Bayern squandered a two-goal lead, settling for third place behind unbeaten Bayern Leverkusen and Stuttgart in the Bundesliga. As a result of this defeat, Bayern failed to secure the Bundesliga title for the 12th consecutive season. This marked the first time in over a decade that they will finish without any domestic or European trophies. Expressing his discontent,…

Ten Hag Assured Fernandes Will Remain at Man Utd Amid Bayern’s Reported Interest

Erik ten Hag predicts that Bruno Fernandes will stick around at Old Trafford, brushing off rumors of him leaving Manchester United. Reports suggest that Bayern Munich and clubs in Saudi Arabia are eyeing Fernandes, but ten Hag is sure he'll stay at United. Fernandes, who joined United in 2020, is catching the eye of Saudi Pro League teams, while Bayern Munich is also interested. Despite this, ten Hag is optimistic about him remaining with the Red Devils. During a recent press conference, ten Hag reiterated his belief that…

Tuchel laments Bayern’s downfall at the hands of Real Madrid’s ruthless effectiveness

Thomas Tuchel lamented Bayern Munich's missed opportunity to secure a third goal after their semi-final first leg clash with Real Madrid ended in a draw. The German coach expressed confidence in his team's ability to defeat the opposition in the return leg next week. The Bavarians scored two goals in quick succession in the second half, courtesy of Leroy Sane's strike and a penalty from Harry Kane, overturning Vinicius Junior's opener for Madrid. Vinicius leveled the score with an 83rd-minute penalty as Bayern pressed for…

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