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Four transfer targets for Bayern Munich this summer

On February 1st, Manchester City finally announced that current Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola will replace Manuel Pellegrini at the Etihad Stadium at the end of the season.

It ended weeks of speculation and allowed Bayern, who had previously announced that Carlo Ancelotti will be the next manager, to begin preparing for the Italian’s impending arrival.

One of the biggest tasks for Ancelotti next season will be his performance in the transfer window. In recent years, Bayern haven’t necessarily got it right with their dealings and the Bundesliga outfit need to press on as Borussia Dortmund continue to improve and climb the German league table. Here are four potential targets for Bayern this summer.

John Stones

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PEP IS AHEAD OF HIS TIME

Xabi Alonso reckons that Pep Guardiola is ahead of his time. The Bayern Munich midfielder has seen enough of the manager in the last few years to make this bold statement.

Guardiola is already regarded as one of the greatest managers in the last few decades. He could quite possibly be the best manager of all-time of having inspired a number of teams across the world to try and replicate the style at Barcelona.

BAYERN LET PEP GO

Bayern Munich will have to respect to the decision of manager Pep Guardiola, who has decided to leave the club, according to defender Juan Bernat. The 22-year-old was brought to the Bavarian club by Guardiola back in 2014.

Pep Guardiola

VIDAL SET TO STAR

Bayern Munich have recently strengthened their midfield by signing Arturo Vidal from Juventus in a £ 30 million deal.

The Chilean has grown in stature over the last few years and his performances helped Juventus win the double last season. It also saw them reach the Champions League final where they lost to Barcelona in narrow circumstances.

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Bayern Munich are retraining their faith

It appears that Bayern Munich are retraining their faith in manager Pep Guardiola despite yet another poor campaign.

Bayern Munich has to prepare for life without some of their key players

ArjenRobben is still suffering from stomach muscles which started affecting him during Bayern Munich’s match against BorussiaMönchengladbach. The Dutch winger had to be removed from this game at the 24th minute and has not returned to the pitch ever since then.

No return date for Robben has been announced as the player still has not fully recovered from this condition.

BAYERN ON FOR TREBLE

Pep Guardiola and Bayern Munich continue their journey of securing the treble in this season after taking out Bayer Leverkusen in the quarter-finals of the DFB Pokal.

After an intense penalty session, Bayern Munich emerged as the victorious side as they have advanced into the semi-finals of the German Cup.

Christoph Metzelder feels Bayern Munich lags Cutting Edge Players

Bayern Munich are widely considered to be one of the best clubs in the world as the German club has some of the most talented players from around the globe as well as also having a title winning coach who has lifted some of the most prestigious trophies in the world of football.

Despite having all of these impressive characteristics, according to the former German international Christoph Metzelder they still lack a cutting edge player that other teams do such as Real Madrid or Barcelona as those Spanish teams have Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

BAYERN ARE READY

Having already secured the Bundesliga title, some players of Bayern Munich and even the coach himself Pep Guardiola have stated that the league has now taken a lower level of importance and this was evident when Bayern Munich played against Augsburg and suffered a 0-1 defeat.

Pep Guardiola has defended his decision of fielding players which aren’t usually in his starting lineup as the former Barcelona coach announced that he is now taking into more consideration, the Champions League than anything else.

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BAYERN HAVE EDGE

Bayern Munich go into the second leg of the Champions League match against Arsenal with a 2-0 lead on aggregate, but manager Pep Guardiola says that the German club cannot afford to get complacent just as they did last season.

Bayern Munich went into the second leg with a similar score at the same stage last season. They were almost knocked out of the competition after Arsenal produced a stunning comeback to win 2-0 at the Allianz arena. It was only due to away goals that Bayern Munich progressed and later went on to win the competition.

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