Bayern Munich are close to completing their backline.
Bayern Munich are close to completing the signing of Manchester City right-back Kyle Walker, according to reports from multiple European outlets, including the UK’s Evening Standard. Walker’s contract with City ends in the summer of 2024. At this point, City must either re-sign Walker or sell him to another club. That way, they can collect some transfer fee.
German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich have been actively pursuing Walker. Walker has reportedly told City that he wants to join Bayern Munich.온라인카지노
Walker named to pre-season tour of Japan and South Korea City will play Bayern Munich in a pre-season match in Tokyo, Japan, on the 26th, where the two sides will finalise the details of the Walker transfer. Barring any major changes, Walker is expected to play in a Bayern Munich shirt next season.
Walker is a veteran side-back born in 1990. Last season, he made 27 appearances in the English Premier League, five in the UEFA Champions League and five in the English Football Association (FA) Cup, helping City win all three competitions (treble). At 33, he is on the older side of the spectrum, but his tireless stamina and pace to match any attacker he encounters has helped him anchor City’s right-back line. He is a complete player whose quality is unquestioned.
With the addition of Walker, Bayern Munich will have an unrivalled and dominant defensive line. Bayern Munich have already strengthened their defence with the signing of Kim Min-Jae. At the back, the Bavarians would have an impregnable line-up from left to right: Alfonso Davies, Matthias Der Licht, Kimmichael, and Walker. Davies and Walker are excellent in attack as well as defence. Der Licht and Kim Min-jae are also excellent forward passers. You can expect a flowing attack from the defence. I’m especially looking forward to seeing how they work with freshman Kim Min-jae.
Walker can also play in the back three. A back three of Der Licht, Upamecano and Minjae Kim could be formed with Davies and Walker on the left and right, or Walker could be one of the pillars of the back three. His versatility allows him to play in multiple positions. You’re literally building a defence that’s a bit of a ‘con’.