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The Bayern’s retaliation against Xabi Alonso

Xabi Alonso made a surprising announcement during the press conference before the match against Hoffenheim. He revealed his decision to stay with Bayer Leverkusen for the upcoming season, honoring the remaining year on his contract.

There were swirling rumors linking the Basque coach to other teams such as Liverpool and Bayern Munich. In response, Alonso sought to put an end to the speculations and focus entirely on making history with Leverkusen, who are on the brink of clinching their first-ever Bundesliga title.

Dealing a double blow to Bayern

In a bold move, Xabi Alonso is on the verge of dealing a double blow to Bayern. The first blow was his rejection of the Bavarian bench in favor of staying with Leverkusen, and the second blow is looming closer as Leverkusen edges towards snatching the German league trophy.

With Tuchel leaving the team at the end of the current season, the Basque coach was a top choice favored by Bayern’s sports management. Now, they will have to explore alternative options to secure a reliable coach for a team of such caliber.

The Munich retaliation

Beyond the quest for a new coach, Bayern is also scouring the market to bolster the team for the upcoming season and could potentially ‘retaliate’ against Xabi Alonso.

According to reports from ‘Sky Germany‘, the Munich side is highly interested in acquiring the services of Jeremie Frimpong. The right-back is a pivotal player in Leverkusen’s setup and has delivered impressive stats (11 goals and 11 assists) in 34 matches this season.

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