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Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes, left, and goalie Manuel Neuer celebrate with the team on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes, left, and goalie Manuel Neuer celebrate with the team on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes, left, and goalie Manuel Neuer celebrate with the team on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes lifts the trophy on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square celebrating the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes lifts the trophy on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square celebrating the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes lifts the trophy on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square celebrating the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
The Bundesliga champions will not be splashing the cash on an elaborate squad overhaul in the close season, according to club president Uli Hoeness
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The Bundesliga champions will not be splashing the cash on an elaborate squad overhaul in the close season, according to club president Uli Hoeness
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Spectators cheer to the German FC Bayern Munich soccer team on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Spectators cheer to the German FC Bayern Munich soccer team on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Spectators cheer to the German FC Bayern Munich soccer team on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- (L-R) Bayern's Joshua Kimmich, Franck Ribery, Thomas Mueller, Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes and Niklas Suele celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- (L-R) Bayern's Joshua Kimmich, Franck Ribery, Thomas Mueller, Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes and Niklas Suele celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- (L-R) Bayern's Joshua Kimmich, Franck Ribery, Thomas Mueller, Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes and Niklas Suele celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Honourary President of FC Bayern Franz Beckenbauer (R) talks to spectators on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Honourary President of FC Bayern Franz Beckenbauer (R) talks to spectators on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Honourary President of FC Bayern Franz Beckenbauer (R) talks to spectators on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (R) talks to Bayern's Joshua Kimmich (L) on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (R) talks to Bayern's Joshua Kimmich (L) on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (R) talks to Bayern's Joshua Kimmich (L) on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Players of Bayern Munich celebrate on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Players of Bayern Munich celebrate on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Players of Bayern Munich celebrate on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (L) and Bayern's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (L) and Bayern's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (L) and Bayern's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer presents the trophy on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square celebrating the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer presents the trophy on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square celebrating the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer presents the trophy on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square celebrating the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (C) and Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic (R) celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (C) and Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic (R) celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (C) and Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic (R) celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Joshua Kimmich, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mueller with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Joshua Kimmich, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mueller with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes celebrates on the balcony of the town hall at Marienplatz square the 28th Bundesliga title at the German first division Bundesliga in Munich, Germany, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Robert Lewandowski (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Robert Lewandowski (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Robert Lewandowski (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Javi Martinez (L) and Bayern's Thiago celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Javi Martinez (L) and Bayern's Thiago celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Javi Martinez (L) and Bayern's Thiago celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (L) and Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic (R) celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (L) and Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic (R) celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (L) and Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic (R) celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 (L - R) Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Corentin Tolisso, David Alaba, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Mueller and Franck Ribery with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 (L - R) Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Corentin Tolisso, David Alaba, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Mueller and Franck Ribery with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes and players with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes and players with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 (Front L - R) Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Joshua Kimmich and Manuel Neuer with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 (Front L - R) Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Joshua Kimmich and Manuel Neuer with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
The 31-year-old acknowledged he was fortunate not to have conceded a spot kick against the Bundesliga champions on Saturday
Bayern should have had a penalty, admits Boateng
The 31-year-old acknowledged he was fortunate not to have conceded a spot kick against the Bundesliga champions on Saturday
The manager of the Bundesliga champions doesn't believe his side showed a lack of respect by leaving the pitch ahead of their rivals lifting the cup
Heynckes classifies Bayern's Frankfurt snub as a 'misunderstanding'
The manager of the Bundesliga champions doesn't believe his side showed a lack of respect by leaving the pitch ahead of their rivals lifting the cup
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Robert Lewandowski (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Robert Lewandowski (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Robert Lewandowski (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Thomas Mueller (C) celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- The German FC Bayern Munich soccer team celebrates on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Javi Martinez (L) and Bayern's Thiago celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Javi Martinez (L) and Bayern's Thiago celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's Javi Martinez (L) and Bayern's Thiago celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (L) and Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic (R) celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (L) and Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic (R) celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Munich (Germany), 20/05/2018.- Bayern's head coach Jupp Heynckes (L) and Bayern's director of sport Hasan Salihamidzic (R) celebrate on the balcony of the City Hall at the Marienplatz Square where the team was cheered by thousands supporters, in Munich, Germany, 20 May 2018. FC Bayern Munich is the German Bundesliga Champion for the 2017/18 season. (Alemania, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/LUKAS BARTH
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 (L - R) Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Corentin Tolisso, David Alaba, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Mueller and Franck Ribery with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 (L - R) Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Corentin Tolisso, David Alaba, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Mueller and Franck Ribery with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes and players with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes and players with the Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 (Front L - R) Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Joshua Kimmich and Manuel Neuer with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 (Front L - R) Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, Joshua Kimmich and Manuel Neuer with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer lifts the Bundesliga trophy as Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes looks on during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation
Soccer Football - Bayern Munich Trophy Presentation - Town Hall, Munich, Germany - May 20, 2018 Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes with Bundesliga trophy during the presentation REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
The 31-year-old acknowledged he was fortunate not to have conceded a spot kick against the Bundesliga champions on Saturday
Bayern should have had a penalty, admits Boateng
The 31-year-old acknowledged he was fortunate not to have conceded a spot kick against the Bundesliga champions on Saturday
The manager of the Bundesliga champions doesn't believe his side showed a lack of respect by leaving the pitch ahead of their rivals lifting the cup
Heynckes classifies Bayern's Frankfurt snub as a 'misunderstanding'
The manager of the Bundesliga champions doesn't believe his side showed a lack of respect by leaving the pitch ahead of their rivals lifting the cup
The Ligue 1 side have allowed their manager to leave, with the 60-year-old widely expected to take charge of the Bundesliga side
Favre leaves Nice as Borussia Dortmund post awaits
The Ligue 1 side have allowed their manager to leave, with the 60-year-old widely expected to take charge of the Bundesliga side
Eintracht Frankfurt upset Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 3-1 to win Saturday's German Cup final in Berlin.
Eintracht shock Bayern to take DFB-Pokal
Eintracht Frankfurt upset Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 3-1 to win Saturday's German Cup final in Berlin.
Eintracht Frankfurt upset Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 3-1 to win Saturday's German Cup final in Berlin.
Eintracht shock Bayern to take DFB-Pokal
Eintracht Frankfurt upset Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 3-1 to win Saturday's German Cup final in Berlin.
Eintracht Frankfurt upset Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 3-1 to win Saturday's German Cup final in Berlin.
Eintracht shock Bayern to take DFB-Pokal
Eintracht Frankfurt upset Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 3-1 to win Saturday's German Cup final in Berlin.
Jurgen Klopp was suffering in the Nevada desert, in prolonged therapy from his last Champions League final defeat, when he experienced an epiphany. It was May 2014 and Klopp was on a post-season holiday in Las Vegas when he noticed fans huddling around a TV to watch Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid. Klopp’s attempt to recover after losing at Wembley a year earlier with Borussia Dortmund was entering a more vexing stage. The German coach realised at that moment there is greater torment than falling at the last hurdle. Not being there to leap it. “When Real Madrid played Atletico in the final I was by the pool and a lot of people were watching it,” Klopp recalls. “I was kind of annoyed hearing the noise. I had no clue who had scored or nothing about the game. I really tried to ignore it because it hurt. It was still painful what had happened the year before. I was thinking, ‘One year ago it was different, we were in the final’. “I didn’t think over the year a lot. I didn’t watch the game back, for example. But in that moment you realise, ‘What’s that? Oh, the Champions League final. Right’. “All the people shouting were Spanish, the year before they were all German. It is only when it comes up and that was the last time when I really suffered. That is absolutely OK. “If something is really important for you, you have to be ready for suffering. That is how life is.” Klopp lost the 2013 Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund Credit: Getty images Klopp has developed an unhealthy habit for losing major finals, defeated in his last five, but he heads to Kiev to face Real Madrid thrilled with the possibilities of getting so far, rather than fretting about the outcome. “If you want guarantees then don’t qualify for a final, stay at home and or go on holiday,” he says. “It is not nice when you lose a final, but I will always try again. “One of the rules is that the more you try, the more likely that you will do it. I know how it feels and I felt it a few times when you’ve won it, it is really cool and that is what we are going for. “I know how I lost the finals. It didn’t change my life. It’s not that I wake up every morning and think, ‘Wow, that was a big chance’. I always had teams that could qualify and we went to the Europa League final two years ago and it was about the team. We were unlucky in the final. We didn’t score in the first half often enough. We didn’t get a penalty, second half. It was legs. This time the legs will be fine. “I know it will be very special and I would really love to come back and bring the people the trophy. That would be really nice.” Jurgen Klopp's last five finals Klopp won his first final – the 2012 German Cup – and added two Bundesliga titles before a barren run began. The modern Liverpool reputation as “nearly men” is of more concern. The club have won one trophy since the 2006 FA Cup, despite making 12 semi-finals – including the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup finals – over that period. Beyond the cup competitions, finishing runners-up in the 2014 Premier League title race was the most upsetting near miss of all. Of the side preparing to face the European champions, only captain Jordan Henderson remains from the Liverpool team who defeated Cardiff in the 2012 League Cup, the club’s last silverware coming during Kenny Dalglish’s second reign. “We are all human beings. It is not nice. But being there is a big thing,” says Klopp. “It is unbelievable. Most people in the world try their whole life and don’t go to one final because you need luck in specific moments. We had that this season, we deserved it I think. And now we are there again. “I knew our football could really fit the competition, but again, we needed luck against Manchester City. We were really good and deserved, it but we needed luck as well. The same against Roma. We can lose there 5-2 or at City we can be 2-0 down or 3-0 down at half-time. But to go to the final stage. That is special.” Liverpool's Champions League campaign | In Numbers A win against the most formidable Champions League opponent of all, Real Madrid, pursuing a 13th win and third in a row, would be the ultimate recompense for recent let-downs. Klopp says Zinedine Zidane’s side have the experience and know-how, but the prestige of both clubs ensures there will be no inferiority complex. “They can make it a third time in a row, but we are Liverpool, that’s something not to forget. We feel that,” says Klopp. “We like the role we are in. Everything is positive. We’ve learnt a bit, and we are in a good moment. “There have been three dominant clubs in the last few years. Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern. A few others showed up but there are those three, and we face one of them in the final, so who should be the favourite? It’s not that I want to be the underdog and I don’t feel like an underdog. But yes they are favourites, they know everything, they could write the f---ing scripts for the finals because they have experienced it four times in the last five years. “We can’t, but there’s no problem with that. We want to play football and win a football game and thank God it is always possible. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “I saw a car coming in this morning with two flags, “Liverpool Champions League final Kiev”. So it starts already. We are looking forward to it, we are happy about it, having a smile on your face, that’s nice. You can pretty much only get it from football. That’s really cool.” Despite recent setbacks in showpiece occasions, Liverpool are not without winners. James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum won cups and titles at their former clubs. Mohamed Salah won the Swiss Super League with Basel. But the CVs are incomparable to the players they meet. “This has been the Real Madrid Champions League generation,” says Klopp. “A lot of their players won the last two finals and that’s really rare. Real have almost exactly the same line-up from winning it before. “In the end it will be a test: what’s bigger the desire to win a third one in a row or the desire to win the first one for some years? “They will want to do it again. It would be big 100 per cent. If we did it, it would be big, too. We will try.”
Jurgen Klopp unconcerned by his and Liverpool's records in finals: 'The more you try, the more likely you will do it'
Jurgen Klopp was suffering in the Nevada desert, in prolonged therapy from his last Champions League final defeat, when he experienced an epiphany. It was May 2014 and Klopp was on a post-season holiday in Las Vegas when he noticed fans huddling around a TV to watch Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid. Klopp’s attempt to recover after losing at Wembley a year earlier with Borussia Dortmund was entering a more vexing stage. The German coach realised at that moment there is greater torment than falling at the last hurdle. Not being there to leap it. “When Real Madrid played Atletico in the final I was by the pool and a lot of people were watching it,” Klopp recalls. “I was kind of annoyed hearing the noise. I had no clue who had scored or nothing about the game. I really tried to ignore it because it hurt. It was still painful what had happened the year before. I was thinking, ‘One year ago it was different, we were in the final’. “I didn’t think over the year a lot. I didn’t watch the game back, for example. But in that moment you realise, ‘What’s that? Oh, the Champions League final. Right’. “All the people shouting were Spanish, the year before they were all German. It is only when it comes up and that was the last time when I really suffered. That is absolutely OK. “If something is really important for you, you have to be ready for suffering. That is how life is.” Klopp lost the 2013 Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund Credit: Getty images Klopp has developed an unhealthy habit for losing major finals, defeated in his last five, but he heads to Kiev to face Real Madrid thrilled with the possibilities of getting so far, rather than fretting about the outcome. “If you want guarantees then don’t qualify for a final, stay at home and or go on holiday,” he says. “It is not nice when you lose a final, but I will always try again. “One of the rules is that the more you try, the more likely that you will do it. I know how it feels and I felt it a few times when you’ve won it, it is really cool and that is what we are going for. “I know how I lost the finals. It didn’t change my life. It’s not that I wake up every morning and think, ‘Wow, that was a big chance’. I always had teams that could qualify and we went to the Europa League final two years ago and it was about the team. We were unlucky in the final. We didn’t score in the first half often enough. We didn’t get a penalty, second half. It was legs. This time the legs will be fine. “I know it will be very special and I would really love to come back and bring the people the trophy. That would be really nice.” Jurgen Klopp's last five finals Klopp won his first final – the 2012 German Cup – and added two Bundesliga titles before a barren run began. The modern Liverpool reputation as “nearly men” is of more concern. The club have won one trophy since the 2006 FA Cup, despite making 12 semi-finals – including the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup finals – over that period. Beyond the cup competitions, finishing runners-up in the 2014 Premier League title race was the most upsetting near miss of all. Of the side preparing to face the European champions, only captain Jordan Henderson remains from the Liverpool team who defeated Cardiff in the 2012 League Cup, the club’s last silverware coming during Kenny Dalglish’s second reign. “We are all human beings. It is not nice. But being there is a big thing,” says Klopp. “It is unbelievable. Most people in the world try their whole life and don’t go to one final because you need luck in specific moments. We had that this season, we deserved it I think. And now we are there again. “I knew our football could really fit the competition, but again, we needed luck against Manchester City. We were really good and deserved, it but we needed luck as well. The same against Roma. We can lose there 5-2 or at City we can be 2-0 down or 3-0 down at half-time. But to go to the final stage. That is special.” Liverpool's Champions League campaign | In Numbers A win against the most formidable Champions League opponent of all, Real Madrid, pursuing a 13th win and third in a row, would be the ultimate recompense for recent let-downs. Klopp says Zinedine Zidane’s side have the experience and know-how, but the prestige of both clubs ensures there will be no inferiority complex. “They can make it a third time in a row, but we are Liverpool, that’s something not to forget. We feel that,” says Klopp. “We like the role we are in. Everything is positive. We’ve learnt a bit, and we are in a good moment. “There have been three dominant clubs in the last few years. Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern. A few others showed up but there are those three, and we face one of them in the final, so who should be the favourite? It’s not that I want to be the underdog and I don’t feel like an underdog. But yes they are favourites, they know everything, they could write the f---ing scripts for the finals because they have experienced it four times in the last five years. “We can’t, but there’s no problem with that. We want to play football and win a football game and thank God it is always possible. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “I saw a car coming in this morning with two flags, “Liverpool Champions League final Kiev”. So it starts already. We are looking forward to it, we are happy about it, having a smile on your face, that’s nice. You can pretty much only get it from football. That’s really cool.” Despite recent setbacks in showpiece occasions, Liverpool are not without winners. James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum won cups and titles at their former clubs. Mohamed Salah won the Swiss Super League with Basel. But the CVs are incomparable to the players they meet. “This has been the Real Madrid Champions League generation,” says Klopp. “A lot of their players won the last two finals and that’s really rare. Real have almost exactly the same line-up from winning it before. “In the end it will be a test: what’s bigger the desire to win a third one in a row or the desire to win the first one for some years? “They will want to do it again. It would be big 100 per cent. If we did it, it would be big, too. We will try.”
Jurgen Klopp was suffering in the Nevada desert, in prolonged therapy from his last Champions League final defeat, when he experienced an epiphany. It was May 2014 and Klopp was on a post-season holiday in Las Vegas when he noticed fans huddling around a TV to watch Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid. Klopp’s attempt to recover after losing at Wembley a year earlier with Borussia Dortmund was entering a more vexing stage. The German coach realised at that moment there is greater torment than falling at the last hurdle. Not being there to leap it. “When Real Madrid played Atletico in the final I was by the pool and a lot of people were watching it,” Klopp recalls. “I was kind of annoyed hearing the noise. I had no clue who had scored or nothing about the game. I really tried to ignore it because it hurt. It was still painful what had happened the year before. I was thinking, ‘One year ago it was different, we were in the final’. “I didn’t think over the year a lot. I didn’t watch the game back, for example. But in that moment you realise, ‘What’s that? Oh, the Champions League final. Right’. “All the people shouting were Spanish, the year before they were all German. It is only when it comes up and that was the last time when I really suffered. That is absolutely OK. “If something is really important for you, you have to be ready for suffering. That is how life is.” Klopp lost the 2013 Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund Credit: Getty images Klopp has developed an unhealthy habit for losing major finals, defeated in his last five, but he heads to Kiev to face Real Madrid thrilled with the possibilities of getting so far, rather than fretting about the outcome. “If you want guarantees then don’t qualify for a final, stay at home and or go on holiday,” he says. “It is not nice when you lose a final, but I will always try again. “One of the rules is that the more you try, the more likely that you will do it. I know how it feels and I felt it a few times when you’ve won it, it is really cool and that is what we are going for. “I know how I lost the finals. It didn’t change my life. It’s not that I wake up every morning and think, ‘Wow, that was a big chance’. I always had teams that could qualify and we went to the Europa League final two years ago and it was about the team. We were unlucky in the final. We didn’t score in the first half often enough. We didn’t get a penalty, second half. It was legs. This time the legs will be fine. “I know it will be very special and I would really love to come back and bring the people the trophy. That would be really nice.” Jurgen Klopp's last five finals Klopp won his first final – the 2012 German Cup – and added two Bundesliga titles before a barren run began. The modern Liverpool reputation as “nearly men” is of more concern. The club have won one trophy since the 2006 FA Cup, despite making 12 semi-finals – including the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup finals – over that period. Beyond the cup competitions, finishing runners-up in the 2014 Premier League title race was the most upsetting near miss of all. Of the side preparing to face the European champions, only captain Jordan Henderson remains from the Liverpool team who defeated Cardiff in the 2012 League Cup, the club’s last silverware coming during Kenny Dalglish’s second reign. “We are all human beings. It is not nice. But being there is a big thing,” says Klopp. “It is unbelievable. Most people in the world try their whole life and don’t go to one final because you need luck in specific moments. We had that this season, we deserved it I think. And now we are there again. “I knew our football could really fit the competition, but again, we needed luck against Manchester City. We were really good and deserved, it but we needed luck as well. The same against Roma. We can lose there 5-2 or at City we can be 2-0 down or 3-0 down at half-time. But to go to the final stage. That is special.” Liverpool's Champions League campaign | In Numbers A win against the most formidable Champions League opponent of all, Real Madrid, pursuing a 13th win and third in a row, would be the ultimate recompense for recent let-downs. Klopp says Zinedine Zidane’s side have the experience and know-how, but the prestige of both clubs ensures there will be no inferiority complex. “They can make it a third time in a row, but we are Liverpool, that’s something not to forget. We feel that,” says Klopp. “We like the role we are in. Everything is positive. We’ve learnt a bit, and we are in a good moment. “There have been three dominant clubs in the last few years. Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern. A few others showed up but there are those three, and we face one of them in the final, so who should be the favourite? It’s not that I want to be the underdog and I don’t feel like an underdog. But yes they are favourites, they know everything, they could write the f---ing scripts for the finals because they have experienced it four times in the last five years. “We can’t, but there’s no problem with that. We want to play football and win a football game and thank God it is always possible. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “I saw a car coming in this morning with two flags, “Liverpool Champions League final Kiev”. So it starts already. We are looking forward to it, we are happy about it, having a smile on your face, that’s nice. You can pretty much only get it from football. That’s really cool.” Despite recent setbacks in showpiece occasions, Liverpool are not without winners. James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum won cups and titles at their former clubs. Mohamed Salah won the Swiss Super League with Basel. But the CVs are incomparable to the players they meet. “This has been the Real Madrid Champions League generation,” says Klopp. “A lot of their players won the last two finals and that’s really rare. Real have almost exactly the same line-up from winning it before. “In the end it will be a test: what’s bigger the desire to win a third one in a row or the desire to win the first one for some years? “They will want to do it again. It would be big 100 per cent. If we did it, it would be big, too. We will try.”
Jurgen Klopp unconcerned by his and Liverpool's records in finals: 'The more you try, the more likely you will do it'
Jurgen Klopp was suffering in the Nevada desert, in prolonged therapy from his last Champions League final defeat, when he experienced an epiphany. It was May 2014 and Klopp was on a post-season holiday in Las Vegas when he noticed fans huddling around a TV to watch Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid. Klopp’s attempt to recover after losing at Wembley a year earlier with Borussia Dortmund was entering a more vexing stage. The German coach realised at that moment there is greater torment than falling at the last hurdle. Not being there to leap it. “When Real Madrid played Atletico in the final I was by the pool and a lot of people were watching it,” Klopp recalls. “I was kind of annoyed hearing the noise. I had no clue who had scored or nothing about the game. I really tried to ignore it because it hurt. It was still painful what had happened the year before. I was thinking, ‘One year ago it was different, we were in the final’. “I didn’t think over the year a lot. I didn’t watch the game back, for example. But in that moment you realise, ‘What’s that? Oh, the Champions League final. Right’. “All the people shouting were Spanish, the year before they were all German. It is only when it comes up and that was the last time when I really suffered. That is absolutely OK. “If something is really important for you, you have to be ready for suffering. That is how life is.” Klopp lost the 2013 Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund Credit: Getty images Klopp has developed an unhealthy habit for losing major finals, defeated in his last five, but he heads to Kiev to face Real Madrid thrilled with the possibilities of getting so far, rather than fretting about the outcome. “If you want guarantees then don’t qualify for a final, stay at home and or go on holiday,” he says. “It is not nice when you lose a final, but I will always try again. “One of the rules is that the more you try, the more likely that you will do it. I know how it feels and I felt it a few times when you’ve won it, it is really cool and that is what we are going for. “I know how I lost the finals. It didn’t change my life. It’s not that I wake up every morning and think, ‘Wow, that was a big chance’. I always had teams that could qualify and we went to the Europa League final two years ago and it was about the team. We were unlucky in the final. We didn’t score in the first half often enough. We didn’t get a penalty, second half. It was legs. This time the legs will be fine. “I know it will be very special and I would really love to come back and bring the people the trophy. That would be really nice.” Jurgen Klopp's last five finals Klopp won his first final – the 2012 German Cup – and added two Bundesliga titles before a barren run began. The modern Liverpool reputation as “nearly men” is of more concern. The club have won one trophy since the 2006 FA Cup, despite making 12 semi-finals – including the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup finals – over that period. Beyond the cup competitions, finishing runners-up in the 2014 Premier League title race was the most upsetting near miss of all. Of the side preparing to face the European champions, only captain Jordan Henderson remains from the Liverpool team who defeated Cardiff in the 2012 League Cup, the club’s last silverware coming during Kenny Dalglish’s second reign. “We are all human beings. It is not nice. But being there is a big thing,” says Klopp. “It is unbelievable. Most people in the world try their whole life and don’t go to one final because you need luck in specific moments. We had that this season, we deserved it I think. And now we are there again. “I knew our football could really fit the competition, but again, we needed luck against Manchester City. We were really good and deserved, it but we needed luck as well. The same against Roma. We can lose there 5-2 or at City we can be 2-0 down or 3-0 down at half-time. But to go to the final stage. That is special.” Liverpool's Champions League campaign | In Numbers A win against the most formidable Champions League opponent of all, Real Madrid, pursuing a 13th win and third in a row, would be the ultimate recompense for recent let-downs. Klopp says Zinedine Zidane’s side have the experience and know-how, but the prestige of both clubs ensures there will be no inferiority complex. “They can make it a third time in a row, but we are Liverpool, that’s something not to forget. We feel that,” says Klopp. “We like the role we are in. Everything is positive. We’ve learnt a bit, and we are in a good moment. “There have been three dominant clubs in the last few years. Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern. A few others showed up but there are those three, and we face one of them in the final, so who should be the favourite? It’s not that I want to be the underdog and I don’t feel like an underdog. But yes they are favourites, they know everything, they could write the f---ing scripts for the finals because they have experienced it four times in the last five years. “We can’t, but there’s no problem with that. We want to play football and win a football game and thank God it is always possible. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “I saw a car coming in this morning with two flags, “Liverpool Champions League final Kiev”. So it starts already. We are looking forward to it, we are happy about it, having a smile on your face, that’s nice. You can pretty much only get it from football. That’s really cool.” Despite recent setbacks in showpiece occasions, Liverpool are not without winners. James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum won cups and titles at their former clubs. Mohamed Salah won the Swiss Super League with Basel. But the CVs are incomparable to the players they meet. “This has been the Real Madrid Champions League generation,” says Klopp. “A lot of their players won the last two finals and that’s really rare. Real have almost exactly the same line-up from winning it before. “In the end it will be a test: what’s bigger the desire to win a third one in a row or the desire to win the first one for some years? “They will want to do it again. It would be big 100 per cent. If we did it, it would be big, too. We will try.”
The Bundesliga champions were denied a domestic double in dramatic circumstances, defeated 3-1 in Berlin
Eintracht Frankfurt stun Bayern in DFB Pokal final
The Bundesliga champions were denied a domestic double in dramatic circumstances, defeated 3-1 in Berlin
​​Bayern Munich claimed their 28th Bundesliga title win this season to continue a remarkable run of consistency as Germany football’s premium superpower. It marked the Bavarians’ sixth successive retention of the domestic crown, and significantly, with a whopping total of 21 points between them and Schalke in second place, one of their most emphatic league triumphs to date. Manuel Neuer is BACK! The Bayern Munich star is looking to play his first match since September, just in time for the...
Why the Longevity of Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery Is a Paradox in the Future Progression of Bayern
​​Bayern Munich claimed their 28th Bundesliga title win this season to continue a remarkable run of consistency as Germany football’s premium superpower. It marked the Bavarians’ sixth successive retention of the domestic crown, and significantly, with a whopping total of 21 points between them and Schalke in second place, one of their most emphatic league triumphs to date. Manuel Neuer is BACK! The Bayern Munich star is looking to play his first match since September, just in time for the...
FILE - In this July 17, 2017 file photo Augsburg goalie Marwin Hitz is photographed in Augsburg, Germany. Borussia Dortmund has signed Swiss goalkeeper Marwin Hitz on a free transfer from Bundesliga rival Augsburg. The club says on Saturday, May 19, 2018 that the 30-year-old Hitz signed a contract until 2021. (Stefan Puchner/dpa via AP,file)
FILE - In this July 17, 2017 file photo Augsburg goalie Marwin Hitz is photographed in Augsburg, Germany. Borussia Dortmund has signed Swiss goalkeeper Marwin Hitz on a free transfer from Bundesliga rival Augsburg. The club says on Saturday, May 19, 2018 that the 30-year-old Hitz signed a contract until 2021. (Stefan Puchner/dpa via AP,file)
FILE - In this July 17, 2017 file photo Augsburg goalie Marwin Hitz is photographed in Augsburg, Germany. Borussia Dortmund has signed Swiss goalkeeper Marwin Hitz on a free transfer from Bundesliga rival Augsburg. The club says on Saturday, May 19, 2018 that the 30-year-old Hitz signed a contract until 2021. (Stefan Puchner/dpa via AP,file)
Liverpool’s dispute with Borussia Monchengladbach following an alleged illegal approach for teenager Rhian Brewster has intensified with the postponement of a prestigious pre-season fixture between the clubs. The German club were heading to Anfield on August 7 for a curtain-raiser to the 2018-19 season. But such is the acrimony sparked by the pursuit of Brewster, Liverpool have withdrawn the invitation and written to the Bundesliga side to issue a warning about their conduct. Liverpool believe Brewster has been spoken to without permission. Monchengladbach’s Sporting Director Max Eberl has made no secret of his admiration for the emerging talent in English football. On Friday, Monchengladbach signed 19-year-old Keanan Bennetts from Tottenham Hotspur. Liverpool believe the chase for Brewster has gone too far and they are ready to take the matter to Fifa. Brewster emerged as one of the most exciting teenage footballers in the world over the last 12 months, his reputation soaring having won the Golden Boot when England won the Under 17 World Cup in India. Brewster shone as England's under-17s won the World Cup last year Credit: Reuters Liverpool offered Brewster his first professional contract at the earliest opportunity – when Academy players turn 18 – but it remains unsigned as other interest parties came forward. Monchengladbach would appear to be most advanced and their pursuit has certainly riled Liverpool. But Brewster is entering the third year of a scholarship deal so he is still under contract and does not have permission to speak to other clubs. Jadon Sancho is among a host of English youngsters that have moved to Germany Credit: AFP German clubs are taking greater interest in England’s emerging youngsters, believing they can offer a pathway to first team football at the highest level which the top Premier League managers cannot guarantee. The most high profile transfer of this type so far was the £10 million deal taking Jadon Sancho from Manchester City to Borussia Dortmund. Liverpool, however, are unwilling to enter negotiations with Monchengladbach due to their unhappiness with their conduct.
Liverpool cancel Borussia Monchengladbach friendly over alleged illegal approach for Rhian Brewster
Liverpool’s dispute with Borussia Monchengladbach following an alleged illegal approach for teenager Rhian Brewster has intensified with the postponement of a prestigious pre-season fixture between the clubs. The German club were heading to Anfield on August 7 for a curtain-raiser to the 2018-19 season. But such is the acrimony sparked by the pursuit of Brewster, Liverpool have withdrawn the invitation and written to the Bundesliga side to issue a warning about their conduct. Liverpool believe Brewster has been spoken to without permission. Monchengladbach’s Sporting Director Max Eberl has made no secret of his admiration for the emerging talent in English football. On Friday, Monchengladbach signed 19-year-old Keanan Bennetts from Tottenham Hotspur. Liverpool believe the chase for Brewster has gone too far and they are ready to take the matter to Fifa. Brewster emerged as one of the most exciting teenage footballers in the world over the last 12 months, his reputation soaring having won the Golden Boot when England won the Under 17 World Cup in India. Brewster shone as England's under-17s won the World Cup last year Credit: Reuters Liverpool offered Brewster his first professional contract at the earliest opportunity – when Academy players turn 18 – but it remains unsigned as other interest parties came forward. Monchengladbach would appear to be most advanced and their pursuit has certainly riled Liverpool. But Brewster is entering the third year of a scholarship deal so he is still under contract and does not have permission to speak to other clubs. Jadon Sancho is among a host of English youngsters that have moved to Germany Credit: AFP German clubs are taking greater interest in England’s emerging youngsters, believing they can offer a pathway to first team football at the highest level which the top Premier League managers cannot guarantee. The most high profile transfer of this type so far was the £10 million deal taking Jadon Sancho from Manchester City to Borussia Dortmund. Liverpool, however, are unwilling to enter negotiations with Monchengladbach due to their unhappiness with their conduct.
Liverpool’s dispute with Borussia Monchengladbach following an alleged illegal approach for teenager Rhian Brewster has intensified with the postponement of a prestigious pre-season fixture between the clubs. The German club were heading to Anfield on August 7 for a curtain-raiser to the 2018-19 season. But such is the acrimony sparked by the pursuit of Brewster, Liverpool have withdrawn the invitation and written to the Bundesliga side to issue a warning about their conduct. Liverpool believe Brewster has been spoken to without permission. Monchengladbach’s Sporting Director Max Eberl has made no secret of his admiration for the emerging talent in English football. On Friday, Monchengladbach signed 19-year-old Keanan Bennetts from Tottenham Hotspur. Liverpool believe the chase for Brewster has gone too far and they are ready to take the matter to Fifa. Brewster emerged as one of the most exciting teenage footballers in the world over the last 12 months, his reputation soaring having won the Golden Boot when England won the Under 17 World Cup in India. Brewster shone as England's under-17s won the World Cup last year Credit: Reuters Liverpool offered Brewster his first professional contract at the earliest opportunity – when Academy players turn 18 – but it remains unsigned as other interest parties came forward. Monchengladbach would appear to be most advanced and their pursuit has certainly riled Liverpool. But Brewster is entering the third year of a scholarship deal so he is still under contract and does not have permission to speak to other clubs. Jadon Sancho is among a host of English youngsters that have moved to Germany Credit: AFP German clubs are taking greater interest in England’s emerging youngsters, believing they can offer a pathway to first team football at the highest level which the top Premier League managers cannot guarantee. The most high profile transfer of this type so far was the £10 million deal taking Jadon Sancho from Manchester City to Borussia Dortmund. Liverpool, however, are unwilling to enter negotiations with Monchengladbach due to their unhappiness with their conduct.
Liverpool cancel Borussia Monchengladbach friendly over alleged illegal approach for Rhian Brewster
Liverpool’s dispute with Borussia Monchengladbach following an alleged illegal approach for teenager Rhian Brewster has intensified with the postponement of a prestigious pre-season fixture between the clubs. The German club were heading to Anfield on August 7 for a curtain-raiser to the 2018-19 season. But such is the acrimony sparked by the pursuit of Brewster, Liverpool have withdrawn the invitation and written to the Bundesliga side to issue a warning about their conduct. Liverpool believe Brewster has been spoken to without permission. Monchengladbach’s Sporting Director Max Eberl has made no secret of his admiration for the emerging talent in English football. On Friday, Monchengladbach signed 19-year-old Keanan Bennetts from Tottenham Hotspur. Liverpool believe the chase for Brewster has gone too far and they are ready to take the matter to Fifa. Brewster emerged as one of the most exciting teenage footballers in the world over the last 12 months, his reputation soaring having won the Golden Boot when England won the Under 17 World Cup in India. Brewster shone as England's under-17s won the World Cup last year Credit: Reuters Liverpool offered Brewster his first professional contract at the earliest opportunity – when Academy players turn 18 – but it remains unsigned as other interest parties came forward. Monchengladbach would appear to be most advanced and their pursuit has certainly riled Liverpool. But Brewster is entering the third year of a scholarship deal so he is still under contract and does not have permission to speak to other clubs. Jadon Sancho is among a host of English youngsters that have moved to Germany Credit: AFP German clubs are taking greater interest in England’s emerging youngsters, believing they can offer a pathway to first team football at the highest level which the top Premier League managers cannot guarantee. The most high profile transfer of this type so far was the £10 million deal taking Jadon Sancho from Manchester City to Borussia Dortmund. Liverpool, however, are unwilling to enter negotiations with Monchengladbach due to their unhappiness with their conduct.
Liverpool’s dispute with Borussia Monchengladbach following an alleged illegal approach for teenager Rhian Brewster has intensified with the postponement of a prestigious pre-season fixture between the clubs. The German club were heading to Anfield on August 7 for a curtain-raiser to the 2018-19 season. But such is the acrimony sparked by the pursuit of Brewster, Liverpool have withdrawn the invitation and written to the Bundesliga side to issue a warning about their conduct. Liverpool believe Brewster has been spoken to without permission. Monchengladbach’s Sporting Director Max Eberl has made no secret of his admiration for the emerging talent in English football. On Friday, Monchengladbach signed 19-year-old Keanan Bennetts from Tottenham Hotspur. Liverpool believe the chase for Brewster has gone too far and they are ready to take the matter to Fifa. Brewster emerged as one of the most exciting teenage footballers in the world over the last 12 months, his reputation soaring having won the Golden Boot when England won the Under 17 World Cup in India. Brewster shone as England's under-17s won the World Cup last year Credit: Reuters Liverpool offered Brewster his first professional contract at the earliest opportunity – when Academy players turn 18 – but it remains unsigned as other interest parties came forward. Monchengladbach would appear to be most advanced and their pursuit has certainly riled Liverpool. But Brewster is entering the third year of a scholarship deal so he is still under contract and does not have permission to speak to other clubs. Jadon Sancho is among a host of English youngsters that have moved to Germany Credit: AFP German clubs are taking greater interest in England’s emerging youngsters, believing they can offer a pathway to first team football at the highest level which the top Premier League managers cannot guarantee. The most high profile transfer of this type so far was the £10 million deal taking Jadon Sancho from Manchester City to Borussia Dortmund. Liverpool, however, are unwilling to enter negotiations with Monchengladbach due to their unhappiness with their conduct.
Liverpool cancel Borussia Monchengladbach friendly over alleged illegal approach for Rhian Brewster
Liverpool’s dispute with Borussia Monchengladbach following an alleged illegal approach for teenager Rhian Brewster has intensified with the postponement of a prestigious pre-season fixture between the clubs. The German club were heading to Anfield on August 7 for a curtain-raiser to the 2018-19 season. But such is the acrimony sparked by the pursuit of Brewster, Liverpool have withdrawn the invitation and written to the Bundesliga side to issue a warning about their conduct. Liverpool believe Brewster has been spoken to without permission. Monchengladbach’s Sporting Director Max Eberl has made no secret of his admiration for the emerging talent in English football. On Friday, Monchengladbach signed 19-year-old Keanan Bennetts from Tottenham Hotspur. Liverpool believe the chase for Brewster has gone too far and they are ready to take the matter to Fifa. Brewster emerged as one of the most exciting teenage footballers in the world over the last 12 months, his reputation soaring having won the Golden Boot when England won the Under 17 World Cup in India. Brewster shone as England's under-17s won the World Cup last year Credit: Reuters Liverpool offered Brewster his first professional contract at the earliest opportunity – when Academy players turn 18 – but it remains unsigned as other interest parties came forward. Monchengladbach would appear to be most advanced and their pursuit has certainly riled Liverpool. But Brewster is entering the third year of a scholarship deal so he is still under contract and does not have permission to speak to other clubs. Jadon Sancho is among a host of English youngsters that have moved to Germany Credit: AFP German clubs are taking greater interest in England’s emerging youngsters, believing they can offer a pathway to first team football at the highest level which the top Premier League managers cannot guarantee. The most high profile transfer of this type so far was the £10 million deal taking Jadon Sancho from Manchester City to Borussia Dortmund. Liverpool, however, are unwilling to enter negotiations with Monchengladbach due to their unhappiness with their conduct.
​Michy Batshuayi is well-versed with being a massive hit on Twitter and his latest post has not disappointed after he reacted in epic fashion to being named in FIFA 18's Bundesliga Team of the Season. The 24-year-old spent the second half of the season on loan with ​Borussia Dortmund after finding himself cut adrift from ​Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, and his performances in Germany were as impressive as his antics across social media. Some players do it for the money, or the titles, or the...
Michy Batshuayi Goes Full Michy After Being Named in FIFA 18's Bundesliga Team of the Season
​Michy Batshuayi is well-versed with being a massive hit on Twitter and his latest post has not disappointed after he reacted in epic fashion to being named in FIFA 18's Bundesliga Team of the Season. The 24-year-old spent the second half of the season on loan with ​Borussia Dortmund after finding himself cut adrift from ​Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, and his performances in Germany were as impressive as his antics across social media. Some players do it for the money, or the titles, or the...
​Michy Batshuayi is well-versed with being a massive hit on Twitter and his latest post has not disappointed after he reacted in epic fashion to being named in FIFA 18's Bundesliga Team of the Season. The 24-year-old spent the second half of the season on loan with ​Borussia Dortmund after finding himself cut adrift from ​Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, and his performances in Germany were as impressive as his antics across social media. Some players do it for the money, or the titles, or the...
Michy Batshuayi Goes Full Michy After Being Named in FIFA 18's Bundesliga Team of the Season
​Michy Batshuayi is well-versed with being a massive hit on Twitter and his latest post has not disappointed after he reacted in epic fashion to being named in FIFA 18's Bundesliga Team of the Season. The 24-year-old spent the second half of the season on loan with ​Borussia Dortmund after finding himself cut adrift from ​Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, and his performances in Germany were as impressive as his antics across social media. Some players do it for the money, or the titles, or the...
AXB02. Berlin (Germany), 18/05/2018.- CEO of the German Bundesliga, Christian Seifert (L) and CEO and executive chairman of the Formula One Group, Chase Carey (R), talk during the BILD100 Sport event in Berlin, Germany, 18 May 2018. The event invites 100 of the most important and influential German and International personalities of Politics, Economics and Sport. (Fórmula Uno, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ALEXANDER BECHER
AXB02. Berlin (Germany), 18/05/2018.- CEO of the German Bundesliga, Christian Seifert (L) and CEO and executive chairman of the Formula One Group, Chase Carey (R), talk during the BILD100 Sport event in Berlin, Germany, 18 May 2018. The event invites 100 of the most important and influential German and International personalities of Politics, Economics and Sport. (Fórmula Uno, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ALEXANDER BECHER
AXB02. Berlin (Germany), 18/05/2018.- CEO of the German Bundesliga, Christian Seifert (L) and CEO and executive chairman of the Formula One Group, Chase Carey (R), talk during the BILD100 Sport event in Berlin, Germany, 18 May 2018. The event invites 100 of the most important and influential German and International personalities of Politics, Economics and Sport. (Fórmula Uno, Alemania) EFE/EPA/ALEXANDER BECHER
Victory's Christian Theoharous has been picked up by Bundesliga club Borussia Monchengladbach
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Victory's Christian Theoharous has been picked up by Bundesliga club Borussia Monchengladbach
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website
Lewandowski & Batshuayi lead FIFA 18 Bundesliga Team of the Season
EA Sports have revealed the best players of the 2018-19 campaign, as voted by readers of the official Bundesliga website

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