Two BL stars only second choice? ER is probably Bavaria’s top goal

The transfer window in the European leagues is open. Who goes where? Which transfers are fixed? What are the rumours? The news and rumors of January 10th.

Harry Kane, Randal Kolo Muani, Marcus Thuram

The Tottenham Hotspur striker is said to be Bayern’s number one dream player. That reports Sky sports. Randal Kolo Muani (Eintracht Frankfurt) and Marcus Thuram (Borussia Mönchengladbach), who were also discussed recently, were only second choice.

The problem with Kane, however, is his current situation at Tottenham Hotspur. Accordingly, the Londoners expect that the international striker will extend his expiring contract, and a large transfer fee would be due for Bayern accordingly. Most recently, there was talk of 80 to 100 million euros.

Marco Reus

The attacking player’s contract with Borussia Dortmund expires next summer. how Sky sports reported, there are said to have been no contractual talks about a continuation of the cooperation.

Reus would like to continue his career at BVB, but saying goodbye to Dortmund is also an option. Most recently, Ronaldo club Al-Nassr FC had signaled an interest. “Of course I’m looking ahead, I still have six months under contract, it would be wrong if I didn’t worry,” said the 33-year-old in a media round at the BVB training camp in Marbella.

Yan Summers

Ex-national player Lothar Matthäus has asked his former club Borussia Mönchengladbach to release the goalkeeper for a transfer to Bayern Munich. “Gladbach should fulfill this wish for the model professional Sommer. He deserves this gratitude,” wrote the 61-year-old in his column for the pay TV station sky.

For years, the Swiss goalkeeper was “a great support, who not only represented the club wonderfully on the pitch. Outstanding saves, impeccable human behavior and sporting success. That’s what Yann Sommer stands for,” Matthäus continued.

Despite the current complications, the 61-year-old assumes that the two parties will reach an agreement. “In the end, Sommer will and should end up at Bayern for a price of around six or seven million euros,” said Matthäus. After all, both clubs “know about the needs of the other”.

As the picture-Zeitung reports that Gladbach are demanding at least eight to ten million euros for the Swiss keeper, but FC Bayern apparently only wants to pay about half the sum. Sommer’s contract runs until the end of June 2023.

Here is a comment on the summer theme.

Jude Bellingham

Dortmund has loud sports1 No talks are scheduled at this time about the midfielder’s future with his agents and parents. A contract offer, which should significantly increase Bellingham’s salary, has not yet been made.

According to the report, BVB wanted to know beforehand whether the 19-year-old could even imagine a change. If he can imagine staying, one would aim for a contract extension by one year until 2026.

Ansgar Knauff

According to a report by sports1 there were the first talks between the 21-year-old and Borussia Dortmund about how things should continue next summer. Knauff is currently still on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt, but his loan contract with SGE only runs until next summer.

During the talks, BVB apparently wants to determine whether the offensive player can imagine a future together in Dortmund. However, a decision is not yet pending. Only after the current transfer period does the black and yellow want to deal seriously with Knauff.

Mykhaylo Mudryk

Like the portal Foot Mercato reported, there are only final details to be clarified between Arsenal and Shakhtar Donetsk regarding a change of the 22-year-old. According to the report, the Londoners will transfer a total of 100 million euros including bonuses to the Ukrainians. Only the distribution of the sum is still up for debate.

You can read here what makes Mudryk so special.

Danylo Krevsun, Moussa Soumah

Borussia Dortmund has presented two newcomers for the U19. The Ukrainian comes from league rivals Preußen Münster, and the black and yellow sign the Guinean from Arminia Bielefeld’s U17s.

“He’s doing the group a lot of good because he doesn’t take anything for granted, but tries every second to get better. The other players see that and sharpen their sense of how special it is to play for Borussia Dortmund.” enthused Tullberg in conversation with the Ruhr news about Krevsun.

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