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“I’m a big fan of winter transfers”


First Joshua Kimmich, now Alphonso Davies: FC Bayern is not only struggling with the direct absences caused by Corona, but also with the longer-term consequences of the viral disease. Kimmich had water in his lungs, and Davies was diagnosed with myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle), which is why the Canadian, according to coach Julian Nagelsmann, will not be available for the “next few weeks”. The ad continues Leon Goretzka, meanwhile, is still out with a knee injury that is initially to be treated conservatively. At the beginning of February, an evaluation will then be carried out to determine whether the treatment is working or whether an operation should perhaps be considered. Either way, Nagelsmann will probably have to do without Davies and Goretzka at least well into February. If he could, the head coach would hit the transfer market. “I always think about transfers. That’s part of my job. I’ve always been a big fan of winter transfers,” said the coach at today’s press conference, explaining: “It brings a breath of fresh air to the team and the players have more time to prepare.”

“We will discuss things”

However, Nagelsmann is aware: “But winter is always complicated and expensive. We’ll discuss things. However, there must also be an economically sensible framework. After all, there is no oil well bubbling up on Säbener Straße.”

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