Despite being eliminated from the Champions League, Bayern Munich remains alive in the season and aims to take the Bundesliga title. The team led by Thomas Tuchel thrashed Schalke 6-0 and took the lead in the championship.
Nevertheless, the board remains attentive to the transfer market and may close deals with new players to further strengthen the squad. However, some pieces may end up leaving, such as Pavard. According to information published by the portal “Fichajes.Net”, Real Madrid has shown interest in signing the athlete for the upcoming transfer window.
The merengue team is having problems on the flanks and views the Frenchman’s arrival with optimism. This is because Benjamin can play on both sides of the field, as he has done many times for Bayern and the French National Team. Therefore, coach Carlo Ancelotti has given the green light for his signing.
Pavard, who has a contract with Bayern Munich until 2024, has been on the radar of several European clubs. The French international joined Bayern from VfB Stuttgart in 2019 and has since played 84 games for the Bavarians, scoring four goals. In addition to his versatility, Pavard is known for his solid defensive skills and ability to launch attacks from the back.
Although Real Madrid has shown interest in Pavard, Bayern Munich is not willing to let him go easily. The German club sees the player as a fundamental piece in its project and has set a high asking price for him. Nevertheless, negotiations could progress in the coming months as Real Madrid seeks to strengthen its squad for the next season.
Real Madrid is currently in second place in La Liga, three points behind leaders Atletico Madrid. The team has struggled in recent weeks, drawing three of its last five games and suffering a painful defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League semifinals. Therefore, the arrival of Pavard could give the team a much-needed boost in the right-back position.
In the meantime, Bayern Munich continues to focus on the Bundesliga, where it is fighting for its tenth consecutive title. The team has a tough schedule ahead, with games against Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen coming up. Coach Thomas Tuchel will have to manage the squad carefully to avoid injuries and keep the players fresh for the final stretch of the season.