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Flick says he has “a couple of choices” to replace Muller and Lewandowski,

Flick says he has "a couple of choices" to replace Muller and Lewandowski,
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Hansi Flick’s chasing his first Bundesliga title as a head coach and it could come as early as this end of the week with three games to spare.

for an eighth straight year on Saturday, Bayern Munich could be delegated Bundesliga champions. Be that as it may, Coach Hansi Flick expects nearest rivals Borussia Dortmund to wait for his side.

In the event that Dortmund loses to humble Fortuna Düsseldorf, a Bayern home victory over Borussia Monchengladbach will win the silverware later in the day. They will be 10 focuses clear with three rounds of games left. In any case, Flick is quick to trust Dortmund wouldn’t sink up Dusseldorf.

“Each footballer has the craving to give it all insofar as it is as yet conceivable. We ‘re going to concentrate on our game we want to be winning. The game will be unpleasant because Gladbach is a solid team,” Yahoo Sports says.

Bayern is hampered by the absence of the two its central goal creator and its most impressive finisher, which means a brief look at the team’s future could be made this end of the week.

The 19-year-old Dutch forward displayed brief looks at his potential this season however just played for 191 minutes in the Bundesliga, scoring three goals in that period.

Otschi Wriedt, a 25-year-old Ghanaian from Bayern’s hold team ranks, was also elevated to the senior squad for the match at Allianz Arena. Otschi Wriedt, a 25-year-old Ghanaian from Bayern’s save team ranks, was also elevated to the senior squad for the match at Allianz Arena.

Flick says he has “a couple of choices” to replace Muller and Lewandowski, and he was affirmed to have invested extra energy with Zirkzee on Thursday’s training. Flick said there was a component of sluggishness in Bayern’s prosperity during Wednesday’s DFB-Pokal prevail upon Eintracht Frankfurt, however, focused on that his team “might want to proceed.”

This season, with a cup final against Bayer Leverkusen on July 4 followed by the awaited Champions League finish in August, there’s a potential treble to them.

On Friday, Flick talked about Muller’s leadership qualities, and how they may be missed, recommending the team should meet up to share duty.