Analysis: Three ways Bayern Munich can replace Robert Lewandowski for the next FOUR weeks
With the news that Lewandowski will most probably miss the next four weeks, Flick has a number of options to consider.Unfortunately for Hansi Flick, Robert Lewandowski is confirmed to be missing the game with a knee ligament injury. The Polish striker had to return prematurely from international duty after being subbed off against Andorra, and is set to be out for 5 to 10 days. Sources close to the club say that he only had a 50-50 chance of playing against Leipizg on Saturday.
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The nuggets hunt.
The RB Leipzig has formalized on Monday the signature of the defender of Monaco Benjamin Henrichs for about fifteen million euros, until 2025.
Gallery: eleven of gold: the ten central defenders named for the team. Type (world eleven)
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Currently on loan in Germany from the Principality, the 24-year-old player has the trouble to win Within the number of Roten Bullen . The fault of several injuries that made him miss part of the Bundesliga season, including an absence of more than two months between the end of November and early February. Not enough to worry Markus Krösche, Leipzig's sports director, so far: "He has great football qualities, he is versatile, and he will have a great influence on the game."
when we see the current form of Christopher Nkunku We say that the Saxony does not work too bad with the ex-Ligue 1 players in lack of confidence.
In Landing Nagelsmann, Bayern Munich Extends Strategy of Poaching From Its Challengers .
Julian Nagelsmann is leaving RB Leipzig for Bayern Munich this summer, with the coaching sensation the latest example of Bayern's irresistible lure in Germany. There never seemed much doubt that Julian Nagelsmann would end up managing Bayern Munich at some point. As it turns out, he will take over in the summer, shortly before he turns 34. It’s an extraordinary rise for the brightest of all the bright young German coaches, but it’s also a reminder that, in Germany, talent inevitably finds itself drawn to Bayern. The status quo is far preferable to the proposed Super League, but it is not perfect.