Serge Gnabry is only still 25 years of age but already has a long story to tell about his footballing career, including the path he took before getting to Bayern Munich, where he currently plies his trade. From being a flop at English side West Bromwich Albion to becoming one of the best wingers in world football today, the German has had a fair share of football stories to tell of his career tale.

A 20-year-old Gnabry was sent out on loan from Arsenal to West Brom just so he could get more minutes of football action under manager Tony Pulis. But things were becoming really difficult for the player back then, and his former Welsh boss even declared publicly that he was not at the level to play for West Brom at that moment. Something that will forever keep ringing in the head of Gnabry no matter where he's at in the future.


Young English midfielder Jamal Musiala has impressed in the Bayern Munich first team this season and the reigning European champions are ready to reward him with a new deal. Several reports claimed that Bayern Munich want to offer the teenager a mouthwatering deal. The 17-year-old has broken a number of records at Bayern Munich this season as he continues to perform excellently for the German Bundesliga team. Bayern Munich are set to reward him with a lucrative deal worth £100,000 on a weekly basis to ward off the interest of some Premier League teams.

Jamal Musiala still has a youth contract which will expire at the end of next season at Bayern Munich but that won't be for long with the Bavarian giants keen to tie him down to a longer contract. Premier League teams like Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United are ready to pounce on the contract situation between the player and Bayern Munich in the case of any loophole. Jamal Musiala was born in the city of Stuttgart to a German mother and a British-Nigerian father. He was at the Chelsea Academy before being poached by Bayern Munich last year. He was at Stamford Bridge for eight years before he left Chelsea to return to Germany.


German side Bayern Munich could miss out on defender Dayot Upamecano, as per reports in the Bundesliga. The Champions Leagues defending champs are hoping to land the RB Leipzig man next year. They have already severed ties with Jerome Boateng, another experienced man who would have preferred to continue with the club.

Upamecano has always been the club’s target for years now but they seem to be in a good place to land him next summer. Bayern could have landed him had they made the move when he played for Valenciennes in his U-19. They decided to see his development further. When the defender almost joined RB Salzburg, they made another move, but it yielded nothing concrete.


The former manager of RB Leipzig has insisted that the time has come for the German club's highly sought-after Defender DayotUpamecano to move to Bayern Munich. Upamecano, who has attracted interest from a host of top European heavyweight clubs in the past, including Liverpool, has now been tipped to move on.
In the summer transfer window, rumors were hotting up that the 22-year-old will be joining Ole Gunnar Solskjær's Manchester United. However, such move never came to life.

And now Ralf Rangnick who is a former manager of Leipzig has voiced his thoughts on the matter. Rangnick stated that the commanding Centre-back will flourish at the Allianz Arena, and is ripe enough for the challenge.
Liverpool themselves are short in defensive options after Virgil Van Dijk picked up an injury against Everton that would see him sidelined for several months. An event that may force them to go into the market for a new defender, and Upamecano may just be the man they will be hunting for

Flick not happy with the absence of key players

Bayern Munich’s Hansi Flick is not happy that his two best players will miss out the next match in Bundesliga. In the previous match against Bayer Leverkusen Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller was given yellow cards restricting them from playing on the next match of the season.

Even though they were behind in the game on the initial stage but they won the match for 4–2. The goals were scored by Kingsley Coman, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, and Lewandowski. With the goal in this match,Lewandowski has scored 44 goals for Bayern in this season across all competition. Thomas Muller with a couple of assists in the game raised the number to 20 equalling with Kevin De Bruyne's record. Both of them will be missing out the match with Borussia Monchengladbachon the next week.

Alphonso Davies has made the club happy, says the club president Hainer

Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer is impressed by the performance of Alphonso Davies and praised him to be one of the stars in helping Bayern win the title this year. He has described him as a real hit who had made the club very happy with his contribution. He was transferred from Vancouver Whitecaps on 2018 to Bayern and since then he has been doing good in the German club.

Chelsea will have the advantage over Bayern, says Leon Goretzka

Leon Goretzka says that Chelsea will be having the upper hand against Bayern Munich when they meet for the second leg of Champions League on August 8 at Allianz Arena. In the first leg of the match,Bayern won the match for 3-0 thrashing the Blues in their home but they haven’t played a competitive match in these past months which makes them vulnerable.

Ivica Olic believes Bayern Munich will sign Ivan Perisic permanently

Croatian assistant manager Ivica Olic is confident that Bayern Munich will sign Ivan Perisic on a permanent basis at the end of the season. The winger made the switch to the German champions on loan from Inter Milan last summer and he bagged five goals and eight assists before suffering an ankle fracture in February.

Davies hopeful of a longer stay at Bayern

Alphonso Davies is hoping to stay for longer at Bayern Munich. He used to play as a winger but soon was directed to play as a left-back defender. His position was changed due to the injuries suffered by the defenders of Munich. The young Canadian player has given a good performance in the league this season. He has gained another two years at Munich with his stellar performance. He will be continuing in the German club till 2025 with the extended contract.