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Bayern fans unhappy with Champions League ticket prices

Bayern Munich fans were unhappy with the price of tickets for their team's match at Anderlecht in the Champions League.

Bayern fans unhappy with Champions League ticket prices

Bayern Munich fans were unhappy with the price of tickets for their team's match at Anderlecht in the Champions League.

Bayern fans unhappy with Champions League ticket prices

Bayern Munich fans were unhappy with the price of tickets for their team's match at Anderlecht in the Champions League.

Bayern Munich's midfielder Arjen Robben gestures during the German first division Bundesliga football match against Augsburg November 18, 2017

Bayern Munich's midfielder Arjen Robben gestures during the German first division Bundesliga football match against Augsburg November 18, 2017 (AFP Photo/Christof STACHE)

Bayern Munich's midfielder Arjen Robben gestures during the German first division Bundesliga football match against Augsburg November 18, 2017

UEFA starts disciplinary move against Bayern Munich

Bayern's Corentin Tolisso, right, heads the ball in the goal to score his teams second goal during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Bayern's Corentin Tolisso, right, heads the ball in the goal to score his teams second goal during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

UEFA investigating Bayern after fans throw fake money in protest over Champions League prices

Bayern Munich are facing disciplinary action after a section of their fans protested UEFA ticket prices against Anderlecht on Wednesday.

Robben out of Gladbach clash with 'minor' calf strain

Bayern Munich will be without Arjen Robben for at least one match after he picked up a calf problem against Anderlecht on Wednesday.

Bayern Munich fans throw fake money and wallets onto Anderlechts pitch

After being forced to cough up89 to see their side in Champions League action,Bayerns travelling horde showed their displeasure in an unusual way

Bayern Munich fans throw fake money and wallets onto Anderlechts pitch

After being forced to cough up89 to see their side in Champions League action,Bayerns travelling horde showed their displeasure in an unusual way

Robben: It could be over for me after this season

Bayern Munich veteran Arjen Robben is unclear on his future as he enters the final months of his contract with the Bundesliga champions.

Report: Leon Goretzka Set to Snub Arsenal for Barcelona

Arsenal’s transfer plans have been dealt a huge blow after Leon Goretzka has apparently decided to sign for Barcelona.

The Schalke 04 star has been noted by many as a potential replacement for contract rebel Mesut Ozil, whose current deal runs out at the end of the season.

Goretzka is also running into the last six months of his contract and the 22-year-old will be able to discuss potential moves in the summer, meaning he would leave Schalke for nothing.

Manchester City, Liverpool, Juventus and Bayern Munich have all shown interest in the German international, but Schalke have refused to give up hope of keeping him at the club and have tabled a number of improved contracts.

However, the Daily Mirror now says that Goretzka has made his mind up and wants to sign for Barcelona when his current deal expires.

They report that Goretzka has already started talks with the Catalan club preparing for his move in the summer.

Should this deal go ahead, it has the potential to upset both Arsenal and Mesut Ozil, with Barcelona one of Ozil’s favoured destinations. It is highly unlikely that Barcelona would want to sign two very similar players at the same time.

The proposed deal could also have major ramifications for Liverpool - also in the running for Gortezka - who may be able to keep hold of Philippe Coutinho, should Barcelona look elsewhere for deals.

PHOTO: Bayern Munich Fans Launch Protest Over Ticket Prices During Away Trip to Anderlecht

Bayern Munich supporters threw fake €100 notes on the pitch during last night's game at Anderlecht in protest of the ticket prices for the game. The Sun reported how away fans brought banners reading "Is your greed now finally satisfied... 100€?" and threw fake euro notes onto the pitch after they had to pay £89 for the trip to Belgium, a game which Bayern won 2-1. Look what was thrown onto the pitch during the Bayern Munich match https://t.co/ojaJYrWRQ5 pic.twitter.com/2ue6JpAh8r — Scottish...

PHOTO: Bayern Munich Fans Launch Protest Over Ticket Prices During Away Trip to Anderlecht

Bayern Munich supporters threw fake €100 notes on the pitch during last night's game at Anderlecht in protest of the ticket prices for the game. The Sun reported how away fans brought banners reading "Is your greed now finally satisfied... 100€?" and threw fake euro notes onto the pitch after they had to pay £89 for the trip to Belgium, a game which Bayern won 2-1. Look what was thrown onto the pitch during the Bayern Munich match https://t.co/ojaJYrWRQ5 pic.twitter.com/2ue6JpAh8r — Scottish...

Robben: I could retire after this season

The Bayern Munich star is out of contract at the end of the season and he would not rule out bringing an end to his career at the end of the campaign

Robben: I could retire after this season

The Bayern Munich star is out of contract at the end of the season and he would not rule out bringing an end to his career at the end of the campaign

Bayern played their worst 'for a long time' - Boateng

Bayern Munich beat Anderlecht on Wednesday, but Jerome Boateng pegged it as the Bundesliga champions' worst performance in a long while.

Football: Bayern must push on to top the group - Lewandowski

Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski wants his team to push to top their Champions League group.

Football: Bayern must push on to top the group - Lewandowski

Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski wants his team to push to top their Champions League group.

Football: Bayern must push on to top the group - Lewandowski

Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski wants his team to push to top their Champions League group.

Champions League - Anderlecht vs Bayern Munich

Soccer Football - Champions League - Anderlecht vs Bayern Munich - Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, Anderlecht, Belgium - November 22, 2017 Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski in action with Anderlecht's Kara Mbodji REUTERS/Yves Herman

UEFA Champions League: Second half made up for error-filled start - Boateng

Bayern Munich centre-back Jerome Boateng gives his input after a close call against Anderlecht.

UEFA Champions League: Second half made up for error-filled start - Boateng

Bayern Munich centre-back Jerome Boateng gives his input after a close call against Anderlecht.

UEFA Champions League: Second half made up for error-filled start - Boateng

Bayern Munich centre-back Jerome Boateng gives his input after a close call against Anderlecht.

Champions League - Anderlecht vs Bayern Munich

Soccer Football - Champions League - Anderlecht vs Bayern Munich - Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, Anderlecht, Belgium - November 22, 2017 Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski celebrates scoring their first goal REUTERS/Yves Herman

Thiago suffered a serious injury, says Heynckes

Thiago Alcantara was forced off and Jupp Heynckes says Bayern Munich face an anxious wait to determine the severity of the problem.

Lazy Manchester City still not a threat to Europe elite, claims Yaya Toure

Given complacency is perhaps the biggest threat to Manchester City this season it is not surprising to learn that manager Pep Guardiola accused his players of being sloppy and lazy as they made hardwork of beating Feyenoord in the Champions League. That City dominated the game in terms of possession and chances was not enough to sedate Guardiola. As for the fact it was the team’s 17th victory in 19 games, stretching further an unbeaten run that began at the start of April, the Spaniard was not impressed and made sure his players knew it. Possession: Man City vs Feyenoord It was a theme midfielder Yaya Toure was happy to expand on after the win over Feyenoord that ensures City will finish top of their Champions League group, as he suggested they were still not playing well enough to worry the likes of Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid. “It’s human nature that sometimes you are a little bit lazy,” said Toure, who was brought into the starting line-up on Tuesday night in a game that also saw Guardiola give debuts to teenagers Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz. “You think you’re super or arrogance can go in your head, especially when you are young. You look beautiful and think you’re going to be the best. “You see Feyenoord, they came and were difficult. The manager at the end was quite angry with the team. We can do better than that. We played lazily. Man City vs Feyenoord shots on goal “That’s my worry. Sometimes, when the manager makes changes, then maybe in your head we’re not so focused and we don’t concentrate. We miss easy passes and we miss easy chances. The manager said so in the dressing room. "I have to stay positive. We are in good form, [but] when I see Juventus, or Madrid, Barcelona - all these teams, we’ve got to be stronger and better. Statistics mean nothing, and we have to play against them and see where we are. But not now, later, further down the line. “It will be good if all the top teams finish top of their groups. We’re in November and on a good run. May is a long way away. We have games every three days - it’s going to be very hard. It’s very important to keep up this momentum.” Guardiola has not tried to hide the fact he is unsettled by the gruelling demands placed on players during English football’s manic December schedule, which is why the appearance of Foden and Diaz from the bench against Feyenoord is significant. They are likely to be involved again, not least in the League Cup. Brahim Diaz and Phil Foden made their Champions League debuts Credit: REUTERS City have not had any real recent success promoting players from the Academy into the first team, but Guardiola is genuinely excited by these two teenagers. Toure, though, will be watching them closely, looking for signs of arrogance as they readjust to life after their debuts. “He [Foden] can be the future but you have to be focused,” Toure added. “You have to continue working hard and the big players will make him better and better. “At the big clubs, the young players think they have the place [sic] to come through, but they have to believe in working hard. I was at a big club in the past and learned a lot and made it through because I listened to those around me.”

Lazy Manchester City still not a threat to Europe elite, claims Yaya Toure

Given complacency is perhaps the biggest threat to Manchester City this season it is not surprising to learn that manager Pep Guardiola accused his players of being sloppy and lazy as they made hardwork of beating Feyenoord in the Champions League. That City dominated the game in terms of possession and chances was not enough to sedate Guardiola. As for the fact it was the team’s 17th victory in 19 games, stretching further an unbeaten run that began at the start of April, the Spaniard was not impressed and made sure his players knew it. Possession: Man City vs Feyenoord It was a theme midfielder Yaya Toure was happy to expand on after the win over Feyenoord that ensures City will finish top of their Champions League group, as he suggested they were still not playing well enough to worry the likes of Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid. “It’s human nature that sometimes you are a little bit lazy,” said Toure, who was brought into the starting line-up on Tuesday night in a game that also saw Guardiola give debuts to teenagers Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz. “You think you’re super or arrogance can go in your head, especially when you are young. You look beautiful and think you’re going to be the best. “You see Feyenoord, they came and were difficult. The manager at the end was quite angry with the team. We can do better than that. We played lazily. Man City vs Feyenoord shots on goal “That’s my worry. Sometimes, when the manager makes changes, then maybe in your head we’re not so focused and we don’t concentrate. We miss easy passes and we miss easy chances. The manager said so in the dressing room. "I have to stay positive. We are in good form, [but] when I see Juventus, or Madrid, Barcelona - all these teams, we’ve got to be stronger and better. Statistics mean nothing, and we have to play against them and see where we are. But not now, later, further down the line. “It will be good if all the top teams finish top of their groups. We’re in November and on a good run. May is a long way away. We have games every three days - it’s going to be very hard. It’s very important to keep up this momentum.” Guardiola has not tried to hide the fact he is unsettled by the gruelling demands placed on players during English football’s manic December schedule, which is why the appearance of Foden and Diaz from the bench against Feyenoord is significant. They are likely to be involved again, not least in the League Cup. Brahim Diaz and Phil Foden made their Champions League debuts Credit: REUTERS City have not had any real recent success promoting players from the Academy into the first team, but Guardiola is genuinely excited by these two teenagers. Toure, though, will be watching them closely, looking for signs of arrogance as they readjust to life after their debuts. “He [Foden] can be the future but you have to be focused,” Toure added. “You have to continue working hard and the big players will make him better and better. “At the big clubs, the young players think they have the place [sic] to come through, but they have to believe in working hard. I was at a big club in the past and learned a lot and made it through because I listened to those around me.”

Tolisso leads Bayern over Anderlecht 2-1 in Group B

Anderlecht's Sofiane Hanni jubilates after scoring his sides first goal during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Tolisso leads Bayern over Anderlecht 2-1 in Group B

Bayern's Sebastian Rudy, center, goes up against Anderlecht's Pieter Gerkens, right, during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Tolisso leads Bayern over Anderlecht 2-1 in Group B

Bayern's Corentin Tolisso, is congratulated by teammates after scoring his teams second goal during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Tolisso leads Bayern over Anderlecht 2-1 in Group B

Bayern's Arturo Vidal, center right, goes up against Anderlecht's Uros Spajic, center left, during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Tolisso leads Bayern over Anderlecht 2-1 in Group B

Anderlecht's Sofiane Hanni, right, goes up against Bayern's Sebastian Rudy during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Tolisso leads Bayern over Anderlecht 2-1 in Group B

Bayern's Arjen Robben, left, battles for the ball with Anderlecht's Serigne Mbodji during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Anderlecht's Sofiane Hanni jubilates after scoring his sides first goal during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Anderlecht's Sofiane Hanni, right, goes up against Bayern's Sebastian Rudy during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Bayern's Corentin Tolisso, is congratulated by teammates after scoring his teams second goal during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Bayern's Arturo Vidal, center right, goes up against Anderlecht's Uros Spajic, center left, during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Bayern's Sebastian Rudy, center, goes up against Anderlecht's Pieter Gerkens, right, during a Champions League Group B soccer match between Anderlecht and Bayern Munich at the Constant Vanden Stock stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

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