Bayern puts six regular starters on the market

With the desire to sign new players and the need to sell, the German club has reportedly identified six names they are willing to let go.

Bayern puts six regular starters on the market
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De Ligt, Kimmich, Goretzka, Coman, Gnabry, and Mazraoui may leave Bayern Munich if a positive offer is received by the club.

According to German television channel Sky Sports, the Bavarians are willing to let these six players go as they need to make sales and also want to sign new players for the next season. This move is part of a broader strategy to refresh the squad and bring in new talent to compete at the highest level.

Vincent Kompany has recently arrived and will coach the team, replacing Thomas Tuchel, who failed to win any trophies in the past season. Kompany, who has had a successful managerial stint at Anderlecht, is expected to bring a new tactical approach and rejuvenate the team’s performance on the pitch. His experience as a player and a coach will be pivotal in navigating Bayern through this transition phase.

It is worth noting that the Portuguese player João Palhinha is being mentioned as a potential reinforcement. Palhinha, who has impressed with his performances in the Premier League, is seen as a strong candidate to bolster Bayern's midfield. His defensive capabilities and physical presence could provide the stability and strength Bayern needs in the center of the park.

In addition to Palhinha, Bayern is also rumored to be scouting several other players to fill the potential gaps left by the outgoing stars. The club’s management is keen on building a balanced squad that can compete domestically and in Europe. The summer transfer window promises to be a busy period for Bayern Munich, with significant changes expected both in terms of departures and arrivals.

The decision to place these six regular starters on the market has sparked various reactions from fans and pundits alike. While some see it as a necessary step to revitalize the squad, others are concerned about losing key players who have contributed significantly to the team's success in recent years.

Bayern's willingness to engage in substantial squad changes underscores their commitment to maintaining their status as one of Europe’s elite clubs. As the new season approaches, all eyes will be on how these potential transfers unfold and how the new signings integrate into Kompany’s plans.