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Bayern Munich's Sanches considering future: 'I'm not allowed to play'

In an exclusive with ESPN FC, Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer makes no excuses when asked about his side's Bundesliga campaign.
Germany's Manuel Neuer says while Germany had their struggles in 2018, the latter stages in the UEFA Nations League they showed progress leading into 2019.

Renato Sanches has told Kicker that he is "not happy" at Bayern Munich and could leave the club he joined as a European champion in 2016 this summer.

Having returned to Bayern from an ill-fated loan with Swansea last summer, the midfielder hoped to get his career in Germany off the ground in his second year in the Bundesliga.

However, after a promising beginning to the domestic season with six starts in the first 12 matches, he has come off the bench only five times in the league since.

"I am not...

Bayern Munich set for 'biggest investment programme ever' - Hoeness

ESPN FC's Raf Honigstein explains how Bayern's downward trend since the departure of Pep Guardiola came to a head in their defeat to Liverpool.

Bayern Munich will embark on their "biggest investment programme ever" to rebuild the squad following a limp exit from the Champions League, according to president Uli Hoeness.

While Bayern are in pole position to win the Bundesliga, they were eliminated in Europe by Liverpool in the round of 16 after a laboured performance, beaten 3-1 at the Allianz Arena in the second leg earlier this month. For the first time in eight years, the Bavarians failed to reach the quarterfinals.

"We...

Dortmund fightback win puts pressure on Bayern Munich in title chase - Reus

BERLIN -- Marco Reus believes Borussia Dortmund have put 'pressure' on Bundesliga title rivals Bayern Munich after returning to the top of league with a 3-2 win at Hertha Berlin.

Thomas Delaney and Dan-Axel Zagadou scored the other two goals for Dortmund, who twice came from behind and fired 25 shots at Hertha's goal. Former Chelsea attacker Salomon Kalou struck a brace for the hosts.

"It was just incredibly important to win here. We've put some pressure on Bayern. Even though I don't think they'll...