Pep Guardiola and Manchester City officials have been put on red-alert as Bayern Munich’s Joshua Kimmich becomes restless at the German club, reports The Guardian.   Kimmich speaks out Kimmich had this to say of his current situation recently: “I’m not satisfied with it and I want to change it.” The 22 year-old has completed 

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Today, Xabi Alonso‏ announces his retirement from the game. This season with Bayern Munich will be his last as a player: “Lived it. Loved it. Farewell beautiful game.” Not the conventional way of announcing the news but in this day and age, social media has replaced the press conference in some respects.   Illustrious The 35-year-old 

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Having finally confirmed Granit Xhaka’s arrival, Arsenal are currently weighing up a move for a defender and a striker. Even though the Gunners have been heavily linked with a move for younger prospects such as Kalidou Koulibaly and Kostas Manolas, a bid for Medhi Benatia looks likely. With Mats Hummels’ move to Bayern Munich confirmed, 

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Joshua Kimmich has emerged on the scene in tremendous fashion at the Allianz Arena this season. The 21-year-old’s stunning display against Borussia Dortmund last weekend has got the footballing world talking. So how far can Kimmich go at Bayern Munich? The versatile midfielder, who began his senior career at VfB Stuttgart, made his Bayern debut 

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The arrival of Jürgen Klopp at Liverpool coupled with the relative struggles of Mario Götze in Munich has somewhat inevitably lead to suggestions that the pair could reunite at Anfield in the near future. While a January move is highly unlikely, this has the potential to be one of the biggest transfer stories of the 

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Can Bayern Munich win the Champions League? And why is it a huge deal for Pep Guardiola if they do? Well, it’s fairly obvious that to win the Champions League is something momentous, particularly if you do it with more than one club, but in recent years Guardiola has failed to pass the semi-final stage, 

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In Marti Perarnau’s new book “Pep”, which accounts Pep Guardiola’s first year in charge of Bayern Munich, there is an enlightening extract which highlights just how obsessive the coach is. After a win over Hannover last September, Guardiola hides away from his family for several hours, going over and over videos of the match before 

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As Josep Guardiola settles on his Bayern Munich squad to begin life after the imperious success of Jupp Heynckes, it appears that will be little room for one of the integral members of the last regime. The new Guardiola-driven Bayern machine descends on the new German season with the Spaniard’s midfield taking shape, and Heynckes’s 

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When Bayern Munich dismantled Barcelona, the world became aware that a new super power has emerged. Jupp Henyckes has steadily turned the Reds of Bavaria into the heavy weights of European Football. However, to make it stick at least for the time being, Dortmund (again) stand in the way of FC HOLLYWOOD. The very same 

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