Gladbach 1-1 Bayern Munich: Pini Zahavi has handed Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich to Chelsea
Gladbach 1-1 Bayern Munich: According to Christian Falk of Sport Bild (as taken by Twitter account @iMiaSanMia), Pini Zahavi has offered Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski to Chelsea FC for a cool price of € 80 million.
The London club, however, protested against Lewandowski over the price because of his age. The report also claims that Zahavi, who works as Lewandowski’s agent, made the proposal to Chelsea without consulting Bayern Munich – which appears to be crucial to a similar issue.
Chelsea, however, have opted to sign Inter Milan to sign Romelu Lukaku. Lukaku is expected to step into Thomas Tuchel’s “9” role soon and provide an impact.
It can be assumed that Zahavi has never contacted Bayern Munich in this interview because the Bavarians have made it clear that they had no intention of selling Lewandowski this summer.
What this means next summer, however, remains to be seen. Lewandowski was also linked to an outgoing person and Zahavi was using all media contacts to put pressure on Bayern Munich again.
Initial reactions and observations
- Julian Nagelsmann has always wanted to win as Bayern Munich coach. The painting facing Gladbach may have been a bit unfortunate, but the performance was not reassuring.
- Borussia Monchengladbach is a really bogey team for Bayern. Pep, Jupp, and Hansi all fought hard and now Nagelsmann tastes that medicine. A tough game to start the season with.
- Alphonso Davies ruled in the second half and set the time for Bayern throughout the game. He had electricity in a game where he shouldn’t even have played the full 90’s – let’s hope he’ll rest before Supercup.
- Josip Stanisic had a good debut with a few small lights. You’re obviously new to this level of play and it will take some getting used to, but the ingenuity of the game is there.
- While Sane was slow in the second half, Serge Gnabry was very bad. Musiala should have arrived earlier.
Halftime viewing and analysis
- Bayern Munich were not at all confident in this part. The sudden start of the Nagelsmann season was barely saved by a Leandandowski goal. We need more.
- Alphonso Davies was isolated alone attacking the left side. He needs extra support otherwise Gladbach will keep him in touch with him two or three times so he can be taken lightly.
- Thomas Muller has not been very involved with the game until now. It is not a good sign of the Nags era.
- Sane and Gnabry took over where they left off last season.
- Just meh general. Let’s hope that the sports jokes are just opened for the team.
One hour until the start:
Gladbach 1-1 Bayern Munich: What kind of a line is that? Alphonso Davie starts, with Stanisic probably in CB and Gnabry in the wing. It’s amazing to see Nianzou not playing.
Bundesliga FINALLY is back! Bayern Munich resumed their game on Friday night against Borussia Monchengladbach, both teams boasting some brand new coaches compared to last season.
Julian Nagelsmann and Adi Hutter have already crossed paths with each other before the season, with the Forals beating the Bavarians 2-0 However, that was a game without the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller, Joshua Kimmich, and all of Bayern’s Euro 2020 respectively.
This time, the Bayern coach could put up a very strong XI against his opponent, but it’s not a good situation. Benjamin Pavard is injured and Alphonso Davies may not be fully fit, forcing Nagelsmann to rely on full-back backup options. How will the new coach deal with his first competitive game?
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