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Germany’s Bayern Munich will once again turn to England in the next transfer window.

After signing Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane last summer, the Bavarians went after Tottenham center back Eric Dier in January. They also had their eye on Premier League Fulham midfielder Joao Palinha, although they didn’t land him.

This summer, the Bavarians have shown interest in the Premier League again. This time, it’s Liverpool left-back Andrew Robertson, a Scotland international.

“Munich have targeted Robertson as the Reds’ left-back Alfonso Davies looks set to leave the club,” the UK’s Daily Mail reported on Aug. 28. Davies signed a verbal agreement with Spanish giants Real Madrid earlier this month. He is reportedly set to leave at the end of the season.

Therefore, Munich are considering signing Robertson to replace Davies. However, according to the media, the Reds are aware of the difficulty of such a move.

Robertson is a world-class defender who joined Liverpool in 2017 and has been with the club for seven years. He”s not only a defensive player, but also an offensive one. He”s one of Jürgen Klopp”s most successful transfers.

His left-footed crosses are unrivaled, and he has a reputation for delivering them. He has the ability to change the direction of an attack in an instant with a variety of crosses, or to get straight into the box. His ability to change direction at a moment’s notice and link up with the front line is a key part of Liverpool’s intense pressing tactics.

Furthermore, his consistency at the tender age of 30 has attracted the attention of Munich.

“Despite Robertson’s age, Munich are hoping he can provide the same strength and balance on the left flank as Davies,” says the Daily Mail, “and this summer will be a good opportunity to see if he is up for a new challenge.”

However, the versatile Robertson is a prized possession, having won the UEFA Champions League in 2018-2019 and the Premier League title in 2019-2020 with Liverpool. As such, it would be very difficult to pry Robertson away from Liverpool.

However, according to the Daily Mail, “With Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp leaving the club at the end of the season, Robertson could also be on his way out,” leaving 토토사이트 the door wide open for a move to Munich.

Meanwhile, Davies, a world-class defender from Canada, a soccer barren country, is one of Munich’s most highly touted signings and has been with the team for six years.

A world-class runner, Davies is a winger with the breakthrough ability of a winger, along with world-class dribbling ability. With him at the helm, Munich were able to win the 2019-2020 treble, the 2020-2021 Club World Cup, and their ninth consecutive league title.

However, the possibility of Davies’ departure has increased dramatically this season. Real Madrid is a strong contender for the player. Munich have also halted contract talks with Davies, which have been ongoing since last year, and have begun searching for his replacement. “Munich are aware of Davies’ potential departure and have started looking for a new left-back in the event of his departure,” according to the Daily Mail.


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