Bayern Munchen in trouble over contract extension

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Bayern Munchen in trouble over contract extension
Bayern Munchen in trouble over contract extension (Provided by Sport World News)

The case of David Alaba has long been archived. Bayern has come to terms with the fact that they have been left without a single player, one of the best universal players in the world, but some new, upcoming problems are bringing back the focus of the specific relationship of the Bavarian giant's management with their players.

Bild writes that the commanders-in-chief in Munich should be concerned about the status of the three stars - Joshua Kimich, Leon Goretzka, and most of all Kingsley Coman. These are, of course, new contracts. The mentioned trio should be part of the skeleton of the team in the future, and in order for that to happen, the Bavarians will have to invest money Leon Goretzka reached full playing maturity and became a standard member of the starting 11; For two years now, Joshua Kimich has been known as one of the best midfielders in the world, in terms of versatility he even resembles of Alaba, while Kingsley Coman has the best year of his career behind him - he brought the Bayern European crown and scored eight goals and 15 assists last season.

Clearly, each of them now wants to be adequately financially rewarded for the new status. And in the time of the corona crisis, Bild continues, that could be a huge challenge for Bayern.

Alaba case

Following the example of David Alaba, we will come to the conclusion that Oliver Kahn and Karl Heinz Rummenigge could take a serious risk.

Because as much as the attitude that the club is above every player makes Bayern special, in this case, it could burden a heavy burden on the back of the management. Recall, the Bavarians have long tried to persuade Alaba to sign a new contract.

The last offer was 19,500,000 euros with included bonuses, and when the agents of the Austrian national team member said once again - no, Bayern's bosses practically showed them the exit door. Bild writes that this number of 19,500,000 could now be raper to Goretzka, Kimich, and Coman and that Bayern is afraid of that.

Leon Goretzka's contract expires in the summer of 2022. Negotiations on the new one have been going on for a long time, but there is no progress. Reportedly, the strong midfielder wants to stay, but with a significant increase compared to the current ones, it is estimated, 10,000,000 euros a year.

The whole situation is followed by Manchester United, which would go after the German national team player if they lose Paul Pogba. Kimich's and Coman's situation is somewhat better, since their current contracts have a validity period until 2023.

Preliminary meetings have been organized with both. Worryingly, these meetings did not result in any rapprochement between the two sides.