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Friday May 7 2021
Bayern interested in Paratici?

Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici’s contract expires this summer and Bayern Munich are reportedly monitoring his situation in Turin.

Paratici’s deal expires on June 30, 2020, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that his time with the Bianconeri is over.

It has long been seen as a formality that he will sign an extension, but in recent weeks his position at the Old Lady has weakened.

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Friday May 7 2021
Hakimi's agent: 'Who wouldn't want to play for Bayern?'

Inter full-back Achraf Hakimi’s agent commented the rumours of a transfer to Bayern Munich but the Bundesliga giants deny the possibilities of a move.

Hakimi’s representative Alejandro Camano spoke to Goal and SPOX about the latest rumours involving the Morocco international and a move to Die Roten.

“I don’t know where these rumours come from, but it wouldn’t surprise me if Bayern were interested in Hakimi,” he said.

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Monday May 3 2021
Perisic to renew with Inter?

Inter are reportedly discussing a renewal with Ivan Perisic, who could extend his deal until June 2023.

The Croatian’s contract expires in 2022 and the 32-year-old has proven to be an asset at left for coach Antonio Conte.

Perisic won the treble with Bayern Munich last term and has helped Inter lift their first Scudetto in 11 years this term.

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Monday April 26 2021
Roma choose Sarri, Bayern ignore Allegri

Reports are rapidly gathering steam that Maurizio Sarri will take over at Roma next season, but Max Allegri won’t go to Bayern Munich.

The transfer market is in full swing already when it comes to coaches in both Italy and Europe.

The Corriere dello Sport already suggested this morning that Sarri was in advanced negotiations with the Giallorossi.

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Thursday April 22 2021
Rummenigge: 'With dialogue we will come out together'

Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said he will be the mediator to help restore ‘happiness, harmony and loyalty’ in football.

Die Roten were never a part of the breakaway Super League and chairman Rummenigge spoke to Tuttosport about the collapse of the competition just days after the announcement.

“Bayern didn’t win, nor Rummenigge, but real football,” the former Inter striker told Tuttosport. “The one we are all in love with.”

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Tuesday April 20 2021
Rummenigge: ‘Agnelli doesn’t pick up the phone’

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says he’s trying to talk to Juventus President Andrea Agnelli, but he doesn’t pick up the phone, and adds the Super League ‘won’t solve financial problems.’

Bayern Munich have rejected the chance to join the Super League and insist the Champions League is the best competition in the world.

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Tuesday April 20 2021
Bayern Munich say no to the Super League

Bayern Munich insist they ‘reject the Super League' as 'the Champions League is the best competition in the world.’

The Super League was announced by 12 elite clubs on Sunday, but Bayern Munich have decided not to take part to it.

“Our members and fans reject a Super League,” said Bayern Munich President Herbert Hainer.

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Saturday April 17 2021
Flick opens Bayern door for Allegri

Max Allegri links with Bayern Munich are stepping up considerably after Hansi Flick announced he ‘asked to terminate my contract at the end of the season.’

Flick won everything with the Bundesliga giants, including the Champions League and Club World Cup.

It had long been reported that Flick was eager to step down so he could take over the German national team.

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Saturday April 17 2021
Bayern Munich enthusiastic about Allegri

Reports are growing in Germany that Massimiliano Allegri could take over the Bayern Munich job from Hans-Dieter Flick.

The former Juventus and Milan boss has been out of work for almost two years since he was sacked, despite winning five Serie A titles in a row and reaching the Champions League Final twice.

Flick has won everything with Bayern Munich and is tempted by the opportunity to lead the German national team.

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Thursday April 15 2021
Report: Bayern consider Allegri

Bayern Munich are reportedly considering Massimiliano Allegri as Hansi Flick’s replacement at the Allianz Arena.

SportMediaset claims the Bavarians, who will part with Flick after the current campaign, have identified Allegri as a possible replacement.

Die Roten were thought to focus on RB Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann, but the broadcaster reports the former Milan and Juventus coach could change their mind.

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