Today marked the traditional start to the new German soccer season with the match between Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg in the 2015 German Supercup. The match featured the winner of the 2014/15 Bundesliga title against the winner of the 2014/15 … Continue reading ?
A late Nicklas Bendtner equalizer gave Wolfsburg exactly what they needed to shock Bayern Munich and start their season with a big win. The German domestic season starts on Saturday as Bayern Munich take on Wolfsburg in the curtain-raising DFL-Supercup at the Volkswagen Arena. Show More Summary
Nicklas Bendtner has started the 2015-16 season on fire! The former Arsenal flop came off the bench for Wolfsburg in the second of the German Super Cup, and Lord Bendtner brought the magic. Bayern Munich had taken the lead in the match with a goal from Arjen Robben minutes after the restart. Show More Summary
Arsenal may struggle in their reported pursuit of Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski after the Pole hinted his future lies with the Bundesliga club. Recent reports suggested that Gunners boss Arsene Wenger was ready to launch a...Show More Summary
The 2015-16 season officially kicks off in Germany on Saturday evening, when Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg do battle in the DFL-Supercup. Bayern won the Bundesliga at a canter again last season and have strengthened their squad this summer,...Show More Summary
Even with the Bundesliga restart two weeks away, Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg begin their respective competitive seasons on Saturday, as they face off in the German Supercup, known as the DFB-Superpokal. The test puts Bundesliga winners...Show More Summary
When Bayern Munich signed Douglas Costa from Shakhtar Donetsk on July 1, their move raised at least a few skeptical eyebrows. Amid commotion of a possible megadeal for a superstar such as Angel Di Maria or Antoine Griezmann, a €30 million...Show More Summary
When it comes to Bayern Munich and Pep Guardiola, there is an embarrassment of riches among an entire squad of superstars. Whether it be in goal, across the back line, in midfield or indeed in attack; the Bavarian giants have a distinguished talent for every position. Show More Summary
In many ways Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich side is far too big to fail. Take one of their numerous stars out of the equation and there is usually one or two who can fill in and keep the momentum going. Yet when it comes to the Bavarian...Show More Summary
Arturo Vidal got ‘megged on his first day on the job at Bayern Munich on Wednesday. Vidal dove into Bayern’s pre-season schedule following the midfielder’s move from Juventus this week. On day one, Vidal took part in a game of rondo,...Show More Summary
While Spanish paper Sport are bigging up belief that Manchester United are poised to sign Pedro from Barcelona, news coming out of Germany indicates that the Red Devils are looking elsewhere for potential attacking signings this summer. Show More Summary
The Bundesliga seems to have just one club capable of winning the league title from one season to the next. That club is Bayern Munich. No one else has the players, the manager or the budget to match the Bavarian giants, and as such, the league title is theirs to lose come May. Show More Summary
It’s official. Chile’s motoring box to box bad boy is a FC Hollywood signing for a sum of $39m which should keep him there till 2020. Now, to keep him away from the autobahn.
Bayern Munich have confirmed the signing of Arturo Vidal from Juventus after agreeing a €37 million fee with the Serie A champions. Bayern had already announced that the Chile international was set for a move to the Allianz Arena and the 28-year-old has now completed the switch after a successful medical. Show More Summary
Juventus and Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal moves to German champions Bayern Munich after signing a four-year deal.
Bayern Munich have confirmed the signing of Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal. The Chilean has signed a four-year contract with the Bundesliga champions, confirmed by the official Bayern Munich Twitter feed: Vidal said, per the official...Show More Summary
PHOTO: Arturo Vidal holding a Bayern Munich shirt - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Bayern Munich have announced the signing of Juventus midfielder, Arturo Vidal on a four year contract. The former Bayer Leverkusen midfielder had been linked with a move to Arsenal and Real Madrid prior to joining Bayern Munich. Show More Summary
Rumors began circulating during the weekend that Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola is about to embark on his last season with the Bavarians. Some believe he’s already agreed to become Manchester City’s manager next season. Whether or not the four-time … Continue reading ?
On Friday, Bayern Munich president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge proposed a serious change to the way the Bundesliga conducts business in terms of its television contract. The former striker put forward a plan that would end the practice ofShow More Summary
Speaking to Welt am Sonntag, Jerome Boateng yesterday confirmed that he had become the first footballer to join Jay Z’s ‘Roc Nation Sports’ label. A fan of rap since he was a child, the 26-year-old Bayern Munich defender celebrated the...Show More Summary