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Karl-Heinz Rummenigge raves about the new attackpower of FC Bayern Munich and sees big problems about the opponents of the German football record champions. "The offensive with Serge Gnabry, Kingsley Coman, Sadio Mané, Leroy Sane and Jamal Musiala is the fastest in Europe," said the 66 -year -old former CEO of Munich at an event on Sylt of Aspasia and Copa Medien.

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After the departure of top scorer Robert Lewandowski to FC Barcelona, ​​FC Barcelona is in the new series of attacks "an incredible speed". "This will not be easy for the defense of all 17 Bundesliga clubs," believes Rummenigge, whose club plays the opening game of the new Bundesliga season this Friday evening at Eintracht Frankfurt (8:30 p.m./Sat.1 and DAZN).

Man United 'make SHOCK enquiry for Bayern Munich winger Leroy Sane' .
Manchester United have approached Bayern Munich to enquire about the availability of former Manchester City winger and German international Leroy Sane, according to reports. The Red Devils, who have grown frustrated in their pursuit of summer transfer target Antony from Ajax, have reportedly contacted the German champions in the hope of luring him to Old Trafford.It is believed the Bundesliga giants are willing to let go of Sane for the right price, despite the German international still having three years left on his contract.

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