Lucas Hernandez has been connected to a move away from Bayern Munich after a tough introduction season for the € 80 million defenders.
Lucas Hernandez still needs to adhere to the tactical demands of playing for Bayern Munich after his spell at the sidelines, according to manager Hansi Flick.
Last year, World Cup-winning France International Hernandez acquired € 80 million from Atletico Madrid yet was battling during his introduction campaign in Bavaria.
The 24-year-old sustained damage to the ankle ligament at the finish of October and was sidelined for over a quarter of a year.
During this period, Niko Kovac was sacked as head coach and Bayern was revitalized under Flick, who might finish a spectacular revival and lead the club to their eighth consecutive title in the Bundesliga on the off chance that they beat Werder Bremen on Tuesday.
Alphonso Davies has delighted in a rapid ascent to establish himself as a first decision at the left-back, while David Alaba has opened to the middle back unpracticed fashion, meaning that Hernandez ‘s versatility is of no immediate use in helping his situation.
Flick gave Hernandez a start over Borussia Monchengladbach at the end of the week victory, however, Hernandez was replaced after the hour during the 5-0 Paderborn thrash.
Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, and Manchester City are among the clubs that were connected to his administrations and Flick admit that the player has a vocation to do after such a long spell uninvolved.
“I like his dynamic training, Lucas is an absolute professional. He was long absent and in this way has tactical shortages. I ‘m happy with him, they need musicality for each player. I see their potential,” he told a news gathering on Monday.
Star forward Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski are relied upon to come back from suspension against Werder while Niklas Sule and Philippe Coutinho (ankle) are planned to continue training in the not so distant future after a drawn-out physical issue to the knee ligaments.
“There will be two changes that everybody can consider.” Flick said, alluding to the contribution of Lewandowski and Muller, however, Javi Martinez is laid low with a bug to the stomach.
End of the week goal scorer Joshua Zirkzee and winger Ivan Perisic is nursing a thump.