The German giants have signed Dwight Apimicano and Omar Richards, but they are not expecting much movement this summer.
Bayern Munich’s sports director, Hassan Salehmadzak, says while the Bundesliga champions will “keep a close eye on the transfer market”, it is unlikely that a deal will be reached this summer.
German companies have already added Deuteronomy And Omar Richards joined the defensive line, but he also said goodbye to the likes of David Alaba and Xavi Martinez.
More targets are being set at Allianz Arena, a stable organization is working to make permanent improvements, but there are no funds available to generate any momentum on the recruitment front.
What has been said?
Salehmadzak told Byron Official website When the club’s transfer plans were quizzed: “First of all, we have a great squad that still has the capacity and we will continue to develop.
“It means we are already in a good position, and we worked on the initial defense at that time by signing Dwight Apimecano and Omar Richards.
“But we will still keep a close eye on the transfer market to the end.
“However, we have clear financial limits due to the corona virus this summer and we can only move forward within those limits.”
How will Julian Nagelson compete at Bayern?
Although a slight upheaval is expected at Bayern, things have changed considerably.
The 33-year-old has one of the most exciting coaching abilities in world football, while Byron was delighted to join.
Salehmadzak added: “With Julian, we are getting a young and very modern coach.
“Julian is also a coach that many of Europe’s top clubs wanted to sign, so we are very happy that he decided to continue writing here and his success story with us.
“FC Bayern are really waiting for him.”