Daily treat: Harry Kane pushed to Bayern Munich; Robert Lewandowski sent a brutal message from FC Bayern; Thomas Müller is a legend; Manuel Neuer is stingy?; Chris Richards to Crystal Palace; and more!

After rumors circulated Bayern Munich‘s interest in signing Harry Kane as a possible replacement for the former Lewandowski Liverpool Player Luis Garcia urges Kane to join Bayern as soon as possible:

“I think it has to be on the table,” Garcia said. “Harry Kane mentioned last year and the year before that he might be looking for another option, he wants to win trophies and challenge for every single competition.

“And he fought. He always delivers but I think the team let him down so it could be one of the options (moving to Bayern).

“The moment Bayern have a big place up front where a number nine could come in, I think it’s a fantastic option for Harry Kane.

“Not just waiting six months or a year, it could be the right moment to take the chance (now). I’m not sure Conte will be ready to let him go, now they are building a strong team.”

As for Garcia, well he’s an ex-pro who used to play for Liverpool. Tells you a lot about his credentials, right? i’m kidding, i’m kidding

After his departure, Lewandowski left some confused and a little angry at the same time. Of course, that was inevitable, but according to Bayern’s front office, some things could have been done better:

The German champions’ sporting director Salihamidzic has now made clear Lewandowski’s decision to join the Blaugrana. The decorated former winger added that he was disappointed by the Polish international’s behavior and couldn’t understand why he acted the way he did.

Salihamidzic has now commented on the striker’s departure: “My understanding of Lewandowski’s attitude is really zero point zero. Nothing. As a player, I would have tried to sort out my situation internally to put my situation in order and I would have fulfilled my contract.”

In a way, Brazzo is right. But come on, if a player wants to leave (and publicly expresses their wish), you just have to let them go. But about Barcelona’s oddly spacious transfer portfolio? Nagelsmann hit it when he stated, stunned: “They don’t have any money, but they buy every player!”

(See you in Champions League Barca again?)

If you thought HUGE news was coming earlier this week, you were probably a little disappointed. But fear not, there was still a lot to talk about when it comes down to it Bayern Munich.

Here’s what we have in store for this episode:

  • A look at the ongoing (festory?) situation between Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski and Barcelona FC.
  • The latest on Matthijs de Ligt. Can Bayern Munich seal the deal soon?
  • Serge Gnabry looks like he’s about to sign a new deal… where does he fit in?
  • An exit for Chris Richards seems increasingly likely.
  • Does a friendlier, gentler Brazzo do business – and what if he played the long game with Erling Haaland?
  • Some quick shots of the season finale of The young and the second half premiere of Better call Saul.

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The original Space Interpreter is a human. After playing in the DC Heat, he snapped a photo with an overjoyed fan who made his way into the locker room:

Attaboy Thomas, who makes dreams come true.

That USMNT The centre-back will join Premier League side Crystal Palace on a permanent basis, not on loan. This comes after Richard’s successful (but injury-plagued) stint at Hoffenheim, via two The Athletic reporters caught by @iMiaSanMia:

It’s very sad as I always thought Richards was an immense talent that Bayern should have kept and developed until he reached the best Ramos phase of his career. But well, let’s hope he does just as well in England.

We are pleased to announce that World Soccer Talk has nominated Bavarian Podcast Works for Best Club Podcast.

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After a pretty successful summer transfer windowHis fans are starting to regain faith in Hasan Salihamidzic, although many still believe he completely screwed up Lewandowski’s situation:

I’m not exactly Brazzo’s biggest fan, but after all the transfers he’s pulled through this summer, I’m okay with him staying for a while.

my goat? Never. But it looks like this:

The man known as ‘Hazir S.’ According to reports, Neuer drove with a friend from Munich’s Odeonsplatz to an apartment building in the Lehel district Heaven Germany.

But when he later cleaned the vehicle, he made a discovery. Neuer had left his wallet in the car.

The taxi driver wanted to return the wallet to its owner and thanks to a passerby, he managed to hand the wallet along with his contact details to Neuer’s manager in Tegernsee, a town in the Bavarian district of Miesbach.

Two weeks later, Hazir was “outraged” after receiving a shirt in the mail without comment. “This finder’s reward is a mockery. I have four children,” he said via Heaven Germany. “I can’t do anything with the jersey.”

According to the law, a finder is entitled to 5% for a find value of €500 and only 3% for everything above that. That means Hazir would have been entitled to around €34 for finding Neuer’s wallet (if the reported amount of money is to be believed). A Bayern jersey is worth significantly more (around 100 euros). But the taxi driver claims he drove 120 kilometers to deliver the wallet, which cost him around 400 euros. If it was me I would have taken the jersey and sold it on eBay and said it was supplied by The Wall itself as a reward.

So it happened. Bayern Munich sold to Robert Lewandowski Barcelona FC for a guaranteed fee of around €45m plus €5m in bonuses. With his departure, Bayern lose a striker who has scored more than 50 goals a season three seasons in a row. Without him, Julian Nagelsmann will have to find new solutions to attack while the transfer fee brings in money to reinvest in the squad.

Since this is a big discussion, we just brought three people together for our second three-person podcast.

In this episode, INNN, Tom and Schnitzel discuss:

  • Our first impressions of Lewandowski’s departure.
  • Can forward pair Sadio Mane and Serge Gnabry make up for Lewy’s goal loss?
  • The problems with the 3-5-2 formation allegedly planned by Julian Nagelsmann.
  • Schnitzel suggests another formation that gives INNN ideas.
  • How Bayern can still play a 4-2-3-1 with Sadio Mané as a lone striker.
  • INNN’s Take: Why defense needs to be the focus in the coming season.
  • Massive argument over formation fluid and how to use Thomas Muller.
  • Which transfers does FC Bayern Munich still have in the window? Which transfers are still likely?
  • Why Cristiano Ronaldo could still come to Bayern Munich in the end.
  • Final thought – what are the expectations for Julian Nagelsmann in the coming season? Expected placements in the Bundesliga, in the DFB Cup and in the Champions League.

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