Football Confirmed: Sky, Bayern Munich enquire about Andrej Kramaric

Confirmed: Sky, Bayern Munich enquire about Andrej Kramaric

It is no longer secret as to how Bayern Munich has been making moves to reinforce the attacking department after what was seen as a little bit shaky start in the Bundesliga.

 

The Bavarians have enquired about the availability of TSG Hoffenheim attacker Andrej Kramaric who has been instrumental in the attack the Die Kraichgauer.

 

The Croatian was in fine form during his club’s Bundesliga home game against defending champions Bayern Munich, who started second fiddle attacker Joshua Zirkzee ahead of the legend himself Robert Lewandowski.

 

Kramaric scored twice as he helped his side bash Bayern by four goals. However, this result has forced the Bavarians to enquire about his availability.

 

The Hollywood boys want to add more options to the attack before things may get out of hands as a result of a potential injury which has already affected Leroy Sane.

 

Hansi Flick sees the unavailability of Leroy Sane, Robert Lewandowski or even Serge Gnabry could pose a big danger to the club.

 

According to Sky Sport Germany, as reported by Fussball Transfers, the Bundesliga giants have already made inquiries about Kramaric as confirmed by his agent.

 

Hoffenheim would demand €40 million euros for the 29-year old Croatian footballer whose contract with Hoffenheim is still valid until 2022.

 

Our View – There’s no need to sign Andrej Kramaric

On the side of Flick, he is a huge fan of the Croat and would like to play alongside him. However, Bayern Munich needs to sign an additional midfielder or a defender to add to their options.

 

Zirkzee, Lewandowski and Sane as well as Thomas Müller, not to about forget youngster Jamal Musiala.

 

What Flick needs is simple, he should make a squad rotation other than his usual style of playing Lewandowski upfront. The club suffered in the hands of Hoffenheim as a result of improper squad rotation.

 

Flick should start now by rotating his squad. If possible, a formidable second eleven should be set aside as early as possible to avoid a recurrence of what unfolded at Hoffenheim last weekend.

 

For Hoffenheim, selling Andrej Kramaric could break a promising season. They started well against FC Koln in the first matchday.

Ibiye Ambille
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Ibiye Ambille is a senior editor at Interesting Football, specializing in news reporting and analysis. Love's football, follows the game with passion. ibiye@interestingfootball.com
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