Bayern Munich will change face: the new Robben is already in town

22 November at 14:15
In recent days, Bayern president Uli Hoeness said the club will change its face in the next transfer session. There will be many operations both inbound and outbound. About this, the club is already moving. Yesterday, the 18-year-old Canadian player Alphonso Davies arrived in Munich.

Bayern Munich are already building the team of the future, even because the current situation is not so good. They are fifth in the table of Bundesliga after 11 days and too many players are struggling, especially Robben, Ribery, Muller, Lewandowski, Hummels and Boateng.

The German side needs a generational change and the revolution has already started. The first piece of the new Bayern will be Alphonso Davies, who has already landed in Munich for his medicals. He is considered the designated heir of Robben.

Alphonso Davies, born in Ghana on 2 November 2000 and coming from Vancouver Whitecaps, is the first player born in the 2000s to play in an MLS match. He has already made his debut with the Canadian national team in 2017, playing 8 matches with 3 goals scored. In June 2017, he became the youngest player to appear for the Canadian men's national team. He has signed a contract with Bayern Munich from January 2019 until June 2023.
(Fox Sports)


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