Bundesliga

Who will win the Bundesliga this season?

  • Borussia Dortmund

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  • Stuttgart

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El Gato

Villarato!
Bayerns exciting project cannot and will not happen without generation bridging players (potential long term captains considering Muller and Neuer are basically done). Alaba and Lewa are nothing like types of Davies who is 5-10 years younger + Lewa went off for a nice holiday, not because Munich was somehow shit. If not retaining those, you need to replace with same or better
And they will leave if all you do is promise smoke and mirrors under a manager who was 15th choice and nobody else fancied it

Even Kane has like 2 more years tops on his deal IIRC. They will be absolutely fucked if their gamble doesn't pay off. Nagelsmann decision was a bit shit but it wouldn't have mattered if they stuck to their guns. Instead they flip flop and got caught with pants down

No club is too big to fail, as evidenced by the events on Spanish soil where we're now essentially creating Bundesliga level gap between the best side and those that could but won't compete
 
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Morten

Senior Member
Bayerns exciting project cannot and will not happen without generation bridging players (potential long term captains considering Muller and Neuer are basically done)
And they will leave if all you do is promise smoke and mirrors under a manager who was 15th choice and nobody else fancied it

Even Kane has like 2 more years tops on his deal IIRC. They will be absolutely fucked if their gamble doesn't pay off. Nagelsmann decision was a bit shit but it wouldn't have mattered if they stuck to their guns. Instead they flip flop and got caught with pants down

No club is too big to fail, as evidenced by the events on Spanish soil where we're now essentially creating Bundesliga level gap between the best side and those that could but won't compete

Bayern don't have too much to worry about, domestically.

Once Xabi leaves, and some of his best players leaves(probably with him), who is there to reliably challenge Bayern?

Bayern has had it very good for a long time, they wont be winning 12 or something titles in a row again, but will win most of them anyway.

You may point to Juve, but not every Italian "dreams" about playing for Juve, they have other proper big clubs in the league, like Milan and Inter.

Bundesliga only has one flagship, Dortmund is a very distant 2nd overall.
 

Messi983

Senior Member
Bayern will trigger 30m clause of Hiroki Ito, CB from Stuttgart.

They are also still in on Jonathan Tah from Leverkusen.

Looks like Kompany also has CB obssession like Pep.



also, ofc they have to buy players from teams that have finished above them last season. Some things will never change.
 

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