FC Bayern Munich may have finally found their number one goalkeeper. When German national team goalie Manuel Neuer suffered a light injury in training, the club needed to find a replacement quickly. They did just that with the signing of Giannini Buffoon. Now that he is off the market, many fans are wondering whether the team will be able to find a backup for him. Michael Rescue, former technical director at FC Bayern Munich and current CEO of Build, has good news for those fans. In an article on Build's website published on July 1st, 2018, Rescue said If we were not successful in this transfer window it would be very difficult.
Michael Rescue, previous technical director at FC Bayern Munich, sees the German football record champion after the major injury to goalkeeper Manuel Neuer under pressure on the transfer market. Just rely on Sven Ulrich, even if it was an extremely great replacement of Manuel in the past, is too dangerous, stated today's European manager of a worldwide operating player expert at ran.de: Sven might Injure and behind it the FC Bayern just has young, extremely unskilled goalkeepers in the squad. The danger of missing out on the targeted objectives is too fantastic. That is why Rescue, who likewise operated in the Bundesliga for Bayer Leverkusen, VfB Stuttgart and Schalke 04, is specific: The Bayern managers will now certainly probe the goalkeeper market intensively and are highly likely to end up being active in winter. For Rescue, a return project by Alexander Nobel, which is currently awarded to AS Monaco, appears as the logical choice.
Those accountable for Bavaria would likewise inspect other alternatives, thinks Rescue.
The 65-year-old understands: FC Bayern constantly declares to sign leading quality, and the goalkeeper position is especially crucial.