Updated on 11/30/2022 10:07 am
- FC Bayern Munich is apparently looking for a center forward and is said to be interested in Niclas Füllkrug.
- Werder Bremen is not averse to a sale due to the economic situation.
- However, FC Bayern should also be interested in English center forward Harry Kane.
Now a German national striker should interest the FC Bayern have woken up:
Choupo-Moting’s future at Bayern uncertain
FC Bayern could use a center forward. is current
barge says at “sky” about a possible contract extension: “We’ll sit down after the World Cup and then we’ll see how we can do it.” However, he also manages once again that players over the age of 30 only receive contracts for one year.
Whether this is enough for the 33-year-old Choupo-Moting is uncertain. Replacement could be urgently needed. Even if Choupo-Moting extends, a second striker would do the squad good.
At Werder Bremen, no player is not for sale
Filling jug stands by Werder Bremen under contract until summer 2025. However, the Bundesliga promoted depends on transfer proceeds. Werder currently has liabilities of 14 million euros. In addition, the club will have to pay off a further 38 million euros over the next six years because loans and a medium-sized company bond have to be repaid.
Werder manager Frank Baumann has already said: “We are still in an economic situation that does not allow us to declare players unsaleable.” The market value of the filling mug is estimated at “transfermarkt.de” at 5 million euros but because of his increased popularity and full contract in Bremen lie higher. A transfer fee of 20 million euros is possible.
Clemens Fritz, head of the licensed player area at SV Werder Bremen, does not rule out the sale of Füllkrug to “Sport Bild”: “Basically, we are also planning with Niclas Füllkrug for the new season. There are no other mind games at all. But in football a lot of things cannot be planned. If an immoral offer comes that Niclas would also like to accept, & we sit down with it because of our economic possibilities.”
For Füllkrug, a change to FC Bayern would be sportingly and financially attractive
For Füllkrug himself, the move to FC Bayern would be worthwhile both sportingly and financially. Although he has a close connection to SV Werder, because it springs from their youth. However, the 29-year-old has never won a title and never played an international game at club level. A change to the permanent champions FC Bayern and thus to the Champions League could therefore be very attractive.
He would also rise in terms of salary. When Füllkrug extended his contract in Bremen last summer, he accepted a salary reduction due to the club’s economic situation. According to “Sport Bild”, his previous salary is said to have been reduced by around 30 percent from an estimated 2.5 million euros a year to around 1.75 million euros. At Bayern he could probably multiply his salary.
Munich should also be interested in Harry Kane
However, Füllkrug is not the only World Cup star that FC Bayern is said to be interested in. The rumors about a commitment of the English captain
The contract of the English centre-forward with the top club Tottenham Hotspur ends in the summer of 2024. That means: If there is no contract extension, it will probably only be possible to achieve high transfer proceeds with Kane next summer.
Kahn does not deny the interest in Kane, but said hesitantly: “It is always put in my mouth that I think Harry Kane is so good. Of course he is a very good player, but there are also many other very good players.”
This could mean, among other things, Niclas Füllkrug.
- sportbuzzer.de FC Bayern has already asked: Now the poker for World Cup hero Niclas Füllkrug begins
- sport.sky.de: Sky Exclusive || Kahn plain text in the Neuer Nübel debate: “We have basically solved it”
- Sport Bild (48/2022) Filling jug sale can renovate Werder
The DFB has to pay a fine for the skipped press conference before the World Cup game against Spain. FIFA pronounced this penalty on Tuesday. In addition, the disciplinary commission of the world association gave the DFB a “warning”.