The responsibility of Bayern Munich is expressed regarding the side power, which the German club studies before the end of the winter market. The Bavarians are considering Nordi Mukiele and Kieran Trippier.
The Goods clash against Union Berlin, at the Allianz Arena, for the 13th day of the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich is looking for a side power in this final phase of the winter transfer window. The two names are regulated in the media for more than two seasons: Nordi Mukiele (Paris Saint-Germain) and Kieran Trippier (Newcastle).
Who will be chosen? During the meeting, Thomas Tuchel, one of the main conductors of the German language giant, spoke about the club’s intentions during an interview with Sky Germany. Christoph Freund, sports director of Bayern Munich, responded to the possibility of recruiting young people from Montpellier, which is part of Luis Enrique’s projects. With a simple « yes », the Munich gardener’s objective is to recruit the Ile-de-France defender, but the Paris Saint-Germain court is in July 2027.
Bayern director Freund, when asked if there is still hope with the Mukiele deal: “Yes”.
“New offer on Trippier? No, it’s over,” SkyDE said. pic.twitter.com/Knwd7UeJf8
-Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 24, 2024
Newcastle has not changed its mind
While Nordi Mukiele remains in contention to join the German club, the English defense is not signed by Bayern Munich. Christoph Freund said the club had a new offer at the Magpies for the 33-year-old, but the contract was agreed in 2025. “It’s over, yes. We only act when we are 100% convinced, as we have always said. It has to be fair for all parameters of the player, for us and for the club seller, and it wasn’t. With Trippier, it’s done. »
As we reported on our site, the 2023 German champion offered a check for 15 million euros to the English, but encountered a new refusal from the team coached by Eddie Howe. In other words, the set Kieran Trippier left are passing through St James’ Park in the coming days. It’s part of the game, but it will certainly remind you of Bayern Munich.