Hoeneß – "We are about to rejuvenate our team"


FCB boss Uli Hoeness added the transfer announcements for next season. It was the "biggest investment program" the club has ever launched.

Uli Hoeneß apparently commented again on the upcoming summer transfer announcements at Bayern. Bayern wants to invest according to next year's transfer costs of up to 200 million euros.

► "We are in the process of rejuvenating our team, which is the biggest investment program FC Bayern ever had," said the 67-year-old Eurosport. He gave no concrete details.

Hoeness had previously announced in "Sport1" doubles that there will be great news in terms of transfer policy at Bayern.

"Our sports director is doing a great job and we decided not to paddle this year – but next year, if the critics knew who we would all be safe for next season, as it says in English, it's more to come. just spread it all now and tell who's coming next year. "

So far, only the move from Stuttgart's central defender Benjamin Pavard and Hamburg's Jann-Fiete Arp is considered safe. During the winter break, there were repeated rumors of alleged transfers, including top talents, Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi and Atletico Madrid defender Lucas Hernandez, whose transfer he described as "lukewarm."

Munich should be to Nicolas Pépé from OSC Lille's return. Pépé, 23, plays a strong season for Lille, scoring 17 goals in 28 competitive matches and preparing 11 more goals. Pépé is offensively versatile, but plays mainly as a right-back – in the seal position. Current market value: 40 million euros. If Bayern can not hire the willing Callum Hudson-Odoi player, then Pépé is considered a substitute candidate.


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