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"Transfer actually agreed": Desired player before free transfer to FC Bayern?

2022-09-30T08:06:50.352Z

"Transfer actually agreed": Desired player before free transfer to FC Bayern? Created: 09/30/2022, 09:58 am By: Andreas Schmid Hasan Salihamidzic, sporting director of FC Bayern Munich. © IMAGO/Frank Hoermann/SVEN SIMON CFO Jan-Christian Dreesen is leaving FC Bayern Munich. Meanwhile, Hasan Salihamidzic is working on the squad. The news ticker from Säbener Straße. Jan-Christian Dreesen leaves



"Transfer actually agreed": Desired player before free transfer to FC Bayern?

Created: 09/30/2022, 09:58 am

By: Andreas Schmid

Hasan Salihamidzic, sporting director of FC Bayern Munich.

© IMAGO/Frank Hoermann/SVEN SIMON

CFO Jan-Christian Dreesen is leaving FC Bayern Munich.

Meanwhile, Hasan Salihamidzic is working on the squad.

The news ticker from Säbener Straße.

  • Jan-Christian Dreesen

    leaves

    FC Bayern

    : successor already found

  • Rumors about

    Kai Havertz

    :

    Chelsea

    apparently expects an offer from Bayern

  • This news ticker about

    FC Bayern Munich

    is constantly updated

Update from September 30, 9:53 a.m .:

Has Bayern Munich already bagged a transfer for the new season in the background?

Leipzig's Konrad Laimer was already considered a hot candidate for change in the summer of 2022.

However, RB did not give him clearance.

A year later, the Saxons would be powerless because: Laimer's contract expires on June 30, 2023.

If he doesn't renew early, he will leave the Bulls - on a free transfer and most likely to Munich!

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reporter Tobias Altschäffl revealed in the "Bayern-Insider" podcast that Bayern and Laimer had made an agreement in the summer of 2022.

And this agreement should still apply: if everything goes well, Laimer will move to Munich free of charge in the summer of 2023.

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football boss Christian Falk added: "If nothing serious happens on one side or the other, this transfer is actually agreed."

Nagelsmann: "I feel a personal responsibility, but I'm not responsible for everything"

Update from September 29, 4:36 p.m .:

Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann made clear statements to his critics at the press conference before the game against Bayer Leverkusen.

"The fact that the last two weeks have left me completely cold would be a lie.

I feel a personal responsibility, but I'm not responsible for everything."

"In the past few weeks I've read my name quite often and few other names.

But I'm definitely not responsible for the national team not winning against Hungary."

Jan-Christian Dreesen is leaving FC Bayern: a successor has already been found

Update from September 29, 9:28 a.m .:

CFO Jan-Christian Dreesen (55) will leave record champion Bayern Munich after the contract expires at the end of this season.

As the Munich company announced on Thursday, Dreesen will not extend his contract, which expires in the summer.

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Michael Diederich (57) will be the new Chief Financial Officer and Deputy CEO from July 1, 2023.

"On behalf of the entire FC Bayern, I would like to thank Jan-Christian Dreesen very much for his outstanding commitment and his great achievements for FC Bayern," said club president Herbert Hainer and added with regard to his successor: "We are convinced that Michael Diederich will make an important contribution to a successful future for FC Bayern Munich."

Diederich is currently Spokesman of the Management Board of Unicredit Bank AG, for which he has held various management positions since 1996.

He has also been a member of the supervisory board of FC Bayern München AG since 2018.

In order to ensure a "smooth transition", Diederich will be appointed to the board as a regular member on April 1, 2023, the club announced.

Dreesen has been a member of the board of record champions since February 2013.

"After long and careful consideration, I have now decided to redefine my personal goals after this extraordinary decade," he said: "I had a fantastic ten years at FC Bayern."

Kai Havertz apparently still an issue at FC Bayern: "Chelsea is waiting for an offer"

First report from September 28, 10:58 a.m .:

Munich – There are seven German national players in the current squad of FC Bayern.

The record champions have always been a defining axis of the DFB team.

The Munich strategy is simple.

If many professionals are also on the pitch together in the national team, they also harmonize better with each other in the club.

Therefore, FC Bayern inevitably deals with DFB kickers when it comes to transfers.

From next season, the next national player could possibly appear in a Bayern jersey:

Kai Havertz

.

FC Bayern Munich: Kai Havertz a transfer target?

Havertz has often been a topic on Säbener Straße.

When the offensive player drew attention to himself at Bayer Leverkusen at a young age, he was traded in Munich.

However, Havertz then moved to Chelsea in the English Premier League.

However, a transfer to Munich does not seem to be off the table.

English journalist Simon Phillips reports that FC Bayern is still interested.

In London, one should even prepare for a concrete offer.

"You know there's interest.

They've known that for quite a while, which is why they're waiting for Bayern's offer." However, a transfer this winter is out of the question.

Havertz could switch to the Isar in the next summer transfer window.

Kai Havertz to FC Bayern?

Chelsea star would have apparently agreed to changes in the summer

As Philipps also writes on the “givemesport” portal, Havertz would have liked to have left Chelsea for Munich in the summer.

The 23-year-old was dissatisfied with his sporting situation and would have pushed for a change when Bayern offered him a change.

Despite probably serious interest from Munich, a transfer failed.

Havertz is represented by the consulting firm Roof, an agency from Grünwald with around 40 employees.

Roof advises Bayern professionals Serge Gnabry and Sadio Mané, among others.

The latter may also be responsible for Havertz not moving to Munich in the summer.

Bayern Munich's record scorers

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In order to position themselves more broadly in the offensive, Munich signed the Senegalese Mané for a little more than 30 million euros.

Havertz should cost at least twice as much.

According to

Transfermarkt.de

, his market value is 70 million euros.

The German international's contract with Chelsea runs until 2025. By the way, that's when Mané's contract with Bayern Munich ends.

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Source: merkur

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