Is Sven Ulreich also in goal in an emergency? The question of the new replacement keeps Bayern busy. The replacement replacement man is celebrating a special birthday. what about summer
Julian Nagelsmann quickly left FC Bayern Munich’s goal shot test against Red Bull Salzburg behind.
The coach of the German series champion took the goalkeeper question with him into the weekend. “Everyone sees the goalkeeper situation. We have to get a goalkeeper anyway, there’s no question about that,” said the 35-year-old after the 4-4 win against the Austrian champions. First Sven Ulreich conceded three goals, then the birthday boy Johannes Schenk, who turned 20 on Friday, had to get behind him again.
“Let’s do the fictitious case: Ulle tears his inner ligament next week. What do we do then? Then a very young goalkeeper, who played his first game today, has to play in the Champions League and the Bundesliga. Then say everyone, are you still very tight, why don’t you get a goalkeeper?” said Nagelsmann.
Poker about Mönchengladbach’s summer
After the broken leg of national goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, the Munich team are following the goalkeeper question independently of the test against Salzburg. In the tough poker around Mönchengladbach goalkeeper Yann Sommer (34), it is said that new movement has come. “We’ll continue to see what’s possible and what options we have in the currently difficult transfer market. At some point we’ll make the right decision,” said sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic.
Against Salzburg, Ulreich, who was cheered by the fans with chants (“Ulle for Germany”), was not to blame for the goals conceded, unlike his defensive line. “Ulle knows his role, we know what Ulle can do, Ulle knows what he can do. He has confidence,” said Nagelsmann. The goalkeeper question is not a question of trust. You have to look for a new goalkeeper. “It’s our job to do what’s best for the club.”
A week before the tricky away game against RB Leipzig, Munich drew with the Austrian champions in the dress rehearsal. Leroy Sané (9th minute), Arijon Ibrahimovic (69th), Kingsley Coman (71st) and Mathys Tel (88th) scored the goals for the German record champion, who had to do without numerous stars. Sékou Koïta (17′), Karim Konaté (50′) and Noah Okafor (54’/89′) scored for the visitors.
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