Bayern Munich’s management have changed their pattern of seeking reinforcements and at the moment the focus is on players aged between 20 and 22 who could develop into good sales in the near future. This is how German clubs work at the moment, leaving behind more experienced and established players.
This change was covered by “Kicker” magazine for a week and ended up being the subject of debate at coach Julian Nagelsmann’s press conference. The young German coach is evaluating Bayern Munich’s new stance, but insists that the German club are stepping down. Nagelsmann criticized the term “development club” adopted by the press.
? I don’t see any danger in that, but we need to define it precisely. I think it’s fair that our focus is on young people who can develop in our team and be sold at 25 to make money. Is there a big difference between signing players aged 16 or 17, or signing players aged 21 or 22? said Nagelsmann, explaining his point of view.
? Sometimes you rent a 17 year promise and then sell it to another club. Players with more time in football can earn more on their team, win everything, stay for three or four years and then leave, still make a lot of money. There are several factors to consider in this regard. It’s a creative way, but is the term club development too negative for me in this context? finished Nagelsmann.
Currently, the Bayern Munich squad has many young players who can be fielded in the near future. The main case currently involves Jamal Musala from Germany, 18, and Alphonso Davies from Canada, 21.
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