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Bayern: The Munich can not commit top stars

Bayern: The Munich can not commit top stars

The change-Posse around Leroy Sané underlines an old problem of FC Bayern: the big stars just do not come to Munich. This has been the case for some time now - and probably will not change that fast either. There are three meaningful reasons for this.

According to several media reports, Leroy Sané has decided to stay with Manchester City - and against a move to Bayern Munich. For some time now a transfer of the wing-stormer to the Isar was debated - now the Bavarian bosses seem to be losing out - once again.

Because: A look at the recent past proves that the Munich have never been able to convince the world's acclaimed superstars - apart from German national players (Lothar Matthäus, Michael Ballack, Manuel Neuer) and already in the Bundesliga acting players (Giovane Elber, Zé Roberto, Robert Lewandowski).

Professionals from abroad rather 1b solution

Professionals who came to Bavaria from abroad were more likely to be a 1b solution at the time of the change. Arjen Robben and James Rodríguez had no regular place in Madrid, Xabi Alonso had probably already passed his sporting zenith, Franck Ribéry was even more talented as a superstar and Thiago Alcántara was not a regular at Barca or in the Spanish national team.

The "kicker" illustrates this topic. When Zinedine Zidane moved from Juventus to Real Madrid in 2001 for € 73.5 million, the Munich team strengthened with Claudio Pizarro and the Kovac brothers. In the transfer summer, in which Cristiano Ronaldo moved to the Spanish capital, Bayern signed Jörg Butt, Tim Borowski and Massimo Oddo.

When betting on the créme de la créme of the football industry, the Munich mostly have the disadvantage - but why is that? The Bundesliga is considered sportier than unattractive as the Premier League or the Spanish La Liga. The intensity and the tactical requirements can be regarded as much more advanced in England and Spain.

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Language problems and salary debate

In addition there are language problems as well as the salary debate. English and Spanish clubs can generate significantly higher income due to a corresponding central marketing of the clubs and thus offer higher salaries. Finally, the language barrier is in the foreground: South Americans in particular tend to join Spanish or Italian clubs in order not to have to learn the German language.

Both Karl-Heinz Rummenigge ("We are ready to bring more top stars") and Hasan Salihamidzic ("Strengthening our team means to get something special") outlined the Munich ambition to want to attract a sports heavyweight to the Isar , The Cause Sané now demonstrates that this project is much more complicated than expected.

However, the Bayern bosses should not worry too much. Although the absolute top players avoid the Bavarian capital, but the Munich have always understood how to form top players from their 1b solutions - as the personalities Roy Makaay, Arjen Robben and Thiago Alcántara undoubtedly prove.

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