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Bayern Hoping The key Trio To Stay

Bayern Hoping The key Trio To Stay

Thiago Alcantara, David Alaba, and Jerome Boateng have yet to sign new contracts which will hold them past one year from now at Bayern Munich, yet Hansi Flick wants them all to stay.

As of late, speculation has swirled around various main players in Bavaria, with certain contracts terminating at the finish of the season 2020-21.

Reports have recommended that Thiago was in club talks about another deal, yet that Bayern is increasingly frustrated by the drawn-out quiet of the Spaniard.

That has prompted proposals that Thiago may be searching for a way out, and on the off chance that he wants to leave, Bayern should unload him in the months ahead or hazard losing him one year from now on a free transfer.

As for Boateng, the accomplished central defender also has a season left on his ebb and flow terms and has been mooted as potential destinations regardless of appreciating an amazing resurgence under Flick, Paris Saint-Germain, and Hertha Berlin-his first club.

Alaba is in a similar job with his contract however Flick has communicated a longing for the trio to remain with the champions of the Bundesliga.

“Thiago’s an exceptional player, a fantastic player in football. He carries a great degree of play to each unit and is extremely smart. I want him to live here. He realizes that, and the club. I want him and Alaba to help us one year from now. We ‘re feeling great that it can turn out to be nevertheless no one can tell how it will turn out in the game. They ‘re top stars, top players. David and Jerome are doing quite well, he [Boateng] is fit as a fiddle, which is the foundation on which we are so solid protectively,” he told correspondents Friday.

The flick also needs loan players from Bayern, for example, Ivan Perisic and Philippe Coutinho, to remain on at least until the finish of the last stages of the Champions League in August.

Yet, he admits both should return individually to their parent clubs, Inter and Barcelona.

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