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https://plus.google.com/116797136871945274244 Riya Basu : Isco and Toni Kroos were stunned when their mascots left them to be with CR7..Kids do the darn-est things...
Isco and Toni Kroos were stunned when their mascots left them to be with CR7..Kids do the darn-est things :P
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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : Report: Barcelona legend Pep Guardiola to join Manchester City in 2016 WHOA Turns out next season will...
Report: Barcelona legend Pep Guardiola to join Manchester City in 2016

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Turns out next season will be Pep Guardiola’s last at Bayern Munich. He’s not returning to Barcelona, though.
Widespread reports from Germany, England and Italy claim that the legendary and innovative manager is set to join Manchester City for the 2016/17 season. BeIN Sports also suggests that a deal has already been agreed between the Catalan coach and the Citizens, and Guardiola will meet with Bayern officials next week to inform his decision.
A Guardiola move to ManCity has been rumored for months, and after Bayern’s loss to the Blaugrana in last’s season Champions League, the deal seemed inevitable. However, Pep decided to stick around for the last year of his contract in Germany, and he’ll try to potentially end his Bayern Era in a big way.
Since moving to the Bavarians in 2013, Guardiola is far from being an unanimity for fans and club officials. He inherited a Treble-winning squad, and in trying to implement his own style and identity, Pep never repeated the success of his incredible stint at Barça. Also, the controversial transfer of Toni Kroos and now Bastian Schweinsteiger did not please many higher ups at Bayern, and the relationship between Guardiola and those officials is not as good as it used to be.
When he left Barcelona and announced he would take a full year off to recharge his batteries and choose a new team, Pep had ManCity as one of his biggest suitors. The richest club in England offered to give Guardiola everything he wanted to have a squad that fits his style and is full of stars to win everything. At the time, he decided to go to Germany, but the famous book by Martí Perarnau, Herr Pep, repeatedly mentions the coach’s desire to move to England once his time at Bayern came to a close.
If the reports are accurate, that move will happen next year.

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WHOA Turns out next season will be Pep Guardiola's last at Bayern Munich. He's not returning to Barcelona, though. Widespread reports from Germany, England and Italy claim that the legendary and innovative manager is set to join Manchester City for the 2016/17 season. BeIN Sports also suggests that a deal has already been agreed between the Catalan coach and the Citizens, and Guardiola will meet with Bayern officials next week to inform his decis...
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https://plus.google.com/112561822011698357361 La Liga news from Sports Mole : Toni Kroos concedes that Real Madrid's pre-season tour is "exhausting" after the club finished the Australian...
Toni Kroos concedes that Real Madrid's pre-season tour is "exhausting" after the club finished the Australian leg of the schedule, before heading to China and Munich. #RealMadrid #Football
Toni Kroos: 'Real Madrid's pre-season tour is exhausting' - Sports Mole
Toni Kroos concedes that Real Madrid's pre-season tour is "exhausting" after the club finished the Australian leg of the schedule, before heading to China and Munich.
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https://plus.google.com/112561822011698357361 La Liga news from Sports Mole : Toni Kroos concedes that Real Madrid's pre-season tour is "exhausting" after the club finishes the Australian...
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Toni Kroos: 'Real Madrid's pre-season tour is exhausting' - Sports Mole
Toni Kroos concedes that Real Madrid's pre-season tour is "exhausting" after the club finishes the Australian leg of the schedule, before heading to China and Munich.
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Toni Kroos concedes that Real Madrid's pre-season tour is "exhausting" after the club finishes the Australian leg of the schedule, before heading to China and Munich.
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Toni Kroos concedes that Real Madrid's pre-season tour is "exhausting" after the club finishes the Australian leg of the schedule, before heading to China and Munich.
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Toni Kroos concedes he has been left exhausted by Real Madrid's pre-season tour schedule. The club completed the Australian leg of their preparations with a 4-1 victory over Manchester City on Friday, having also faced Roma - who defeated them on penalties....
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Toni Kroos concedes he has been left exhausted by Real Madrid's pre-season tour schedule. The club completed the Australian leg of their preparations with a 4-1 victory over Manchester City on Friday, having also faced Roma ...
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https://plus.google.com/102911563277469511387 Sqor : Toni Kroos stops by the #Adidas store in Melbourne. #RealMadrid
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WATCH: Real Madrid ‘architect’ Toni Kroos' sensational assist in victory against Man City
WATCH: Real Madrid ‘architect’ Toni Kroos' sensational assist in victory against Man City
Football fans were raving about a star performance as Real Madrid beat Manchester City 4-1 in their pre-season clash in Australia on Friday afternoon, but it wasn’t who you might think. Not Ronadlo, not Bale, not Sterling, but Germany midfielder Toni Kroos. The 25-year-old left Bayern Munich last summer as Bundesliga, German Cup and world champion, and quickly plugged the gap left by Xabi Alonso in a crucial central role at the Bernabeu.
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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : Bayern Munich CEO Rejects Thomas Müller Transfer Rumors to Manchester United He uses the perfect analogy...
Bayern Munich CEO Rejects Thomas Müller Transfer Rumors to Manchester United

He uses the perfect analogy in order to show how ridiculous he thinks the rumor is.
Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge squashed rumors linking Thomas Müller with Manchester United in his hotel press conference on Thursday in Guangzhou, and he did so in the most emphatic way he possibly could.
“That is a duck that took flight in Munich, but then sunk in the Pacific,” said Rummenigge. “There is nothing there. There are players that have no price-etiquette. We would quit in all good spirits if we gave up such a player.”
Reports from Bild and Sport1 earlier this week suggested Manchester United would bid €100 million for Thomas Müller in order to pry him from Bayern’s clutches. The Guardian also reported the Red Devils would pay £265,000 per week (roughly €19.4 million per year) in order to tempt the 25-year-old to switch crests. This rumor came a week after Bastian Schweinsteiger completed his €20 million move to Manchester, ending a 17-year stay with the Bavarian club.
Bayern have never sold a player for more than a €30 million fee, and that fee belongs to Toni Kroos in a transfer to Real Madrid resulting after Bayern could not extend his contract. The last time Bayern sent two players to England in the same summer was in the summer of 2007, when the club sent Owen Hargreaves to Manchester United and Roque Santa Cruz to Blackburn Rovers.

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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : Julian Green is a Bad Summer Away from Leaving Bayern Munich Forever Unless the 20-year-old finds a...
Julian Green is a Bad Summer Away from Leaving Bayern Munich Forever

Unless the 20-year-old finds a way to secure playing time, he will fall into the category of mediocre Bayern academy players.
Because Bayern Munich has the international magnitude and recent track-record of homegrown success, several academy products and young players developing with the Rekordmeister often have overblown potential. Mehmet Ekici was the next Mesut Özil, Emre Can the next Bastian Schweinsteiger, Mitchell Weiser the next Lukas Podolski.
Luckily for Bayern, some of those players live up to the early hype outsiders thrust upon them, and can even out-climb the heights many thought they could reach. However, just as many players turn out to disappoint, causing fervent promoters to question what others saw in these “disappointments” in the first place.
Julian Green’s narrative had the most Disney pop-star of them all, using a rambunctious goal record in Germany’s fourth tier and a volley past one of the best goalkeepers in the world to soar to the top of Sport sections everywhere. Microphones, audio recorders, and cameras followed him wherever he went when Bayern ventured to the United States last summer, journalists trying to get his voice on the record in case his career were to explode.
As bright as the spotlight was, the bulb eventually broke when Green entered the darkness that was Josef Zinnbauer’s Hamburger SV. Usually humble in front of the media, he voiced the repressed frustration in an interview with the Guardian, lambasting Hamburg’s decision to send him down to the reserve team. While out of the ordinary, the words he spoke certainly had a fallen Disney star character to it, brining to mind Patrick Stewart’s narration at the beginning of the movie “Ted”.

“Well, let me put it this way. No matter how big a splash you make in this world, whether you’re a Corey Feldman, Frankie Muniz, Justin Bieber, or a talking Teddy Bear, eventually nobody gives a $#*%.”

This preseason, Green has received just 70 minutes of action in three matches from Pep Guardiola thus far, less than teenage wingers Sinan Kurt and Fabian Benko. He has yet to do anything noteworthy with those minutes either, a cautionary sign for a player who wants to remain with Bayern.
Turning 20 in early June, Green is not a player one can write off just yet. Several footballers have bloomed a tad later than the “normal” footballer and had long footballing careers. Bayern however are not just looking for good footballers, they are looking for the best ones, and that can inevitably cause their patience to run thin.
The worrying part about Green’s young career is his inability to secure first-team minutes. While part of that may be due to extenuating circumstances, Green’s development is nonetheless behind several successful homegrown players, as well as a few unsuccessful ones.
While perhaps an arbitrary statistic due to the relativity of its significance, first-team minutes is an important indicator to how likely a player is going to have a prolonged career, especially at a club like Bayern. The 1000 minute mark is a significant milestone, for it only comes about when a manager commits to a player enough to give him minutes on a regular basis. Green’s career total is at 113 minutes, and for someone of his age, he could certainly be in bad company when it comes to Bayern’s homegrown players.



Player who Signed Pro Contract
Age of 1000th Minute
Club during 1000th Minute
Total Bayern Appearances


Gianluca Gaudino
N/A (375 minutes)
N/A
11*


David Alaba
18 years, 240 days

Hoffenheim (Loan)
172*


Toni Kroos
18 years, 322 days
Bayern Munich
205


Bastian Schweinsteiger
19 years, 43 days
Bayern Munich
500


Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
19 years, 180 days

Augsburg (Loan)
24*


Emre Can
19 years, 322 days

Bayer Leverkusen (Transfer)
7


Diego Contento
20 years, 0 days
Bayern Munich
69


Philipp Lahm
20 years, 18 days

VfB Stuttgart (Loan
434*


Julian Green
N/A (113 minutes)
N/A
1*


Thomas Müller
20 years, 55 days
Bayern Munich
304*


Christian Lell
20 years, 187 days

1. FC Köln (Loan)
98


Owen Hargreaves
20 years, 189 days
Bayern Munich
218


Holger Badstuber
20 years, 225 days
Bayern Munich
165*


Mats Hummels
20 years, 237 days

Borussia Dortmund (Loan)
2


Mehmet Ekici
20 years, 240 days

1. FC Nürnberg (Loan)
0


Alessandro Schöpf
20 years, 267 days

1. FC Nürnberg (Transfer)
0


Sandro Wagner
20 years, 345 days

MSV Duisburg (Transfer)
8


Michael Rensing
21 years, 7 days
Bayern Munich
83


Patrick Weihrauch
N/A (0 minutes)
N/A
0


Andreas Ottl
21 years, 154 days
Bayern Munich
141


Piotr Trochowski
21 years, 215 days

Hamburger SV (Transfer)
40


Markus Feulner
22 years, 53 days

1. FC Köln (Transfer)
21


Stephan Fürstner
22 years, 127 days
SpVgg Greuther Fürth (Transfer)
1


Thomas Kraft
22 years, 216 days
Bayern Munich
19


Stephan Kling
22 years, 266 days

Hamburger SV (Transfer)
0


Jan Schlösser
25 years, 163 days
FC Ismaning (Transfer)
0



*Active Statistic
Green would need to play every minute in 10 matches in order to eclipse that 1000 minute milestone during the 2015/16 season. Those matches are not going to come with Bayern, especially after the signing of Douglas Costa and, to a lesser extent, Arturo Vidal. Even if Green became classified as a back-up striker, Mario Gómez and Claudio Pizarro can attest to how difficult of a scenario it is to be in that position.
With several players burying him in Bayern’s squad, Green needs to have a spectacular August in order to keep his Bayern dreams alive. He has voiced several times his desire to stay in Munich, but Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge may not oblige him.
“I do not think he will stay directly here at Bayern,” Rummenigge told TZ last week.
After that miserable loan spell, the best case scenario may be similar to what Bayern did with Austria youth player Alessandro Schöpf; Bayern sold the Austria U21 player to Nurnberg for €200,000 and retained a €1 million buyback clause. Such a transfer would allow Green to secure minutes on his own, and possibly allow him to fulfill his dream of playing first-team football with the club that raised him since age 14. Bayern may not be inclined to repeat such a deal though with replacements already in the youth ranks.
Green has a handful of weeks to establish himself before transfer contingencies come about, for his summer is not off to a very good start. Fact is, he is a bad summer away from leaving Bayern forever.

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