FC Bayern, news and rumors – Bielefeld’s Stefan Ortega: “I would deal with FC Bayern”

Bielefeld’s goalkeeper Stefan Ortega can imagine a commitment to FC Bayern. The FCB wins the German championship with the fifth star above the club logo. Also: Robert Lewandowski could celebrate his comeback in the coming week. You can find all the news and rumors about FC Bayern here.

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Arminia Bielefeld’s goalkeeper Stefan Ortega can imagine a move to Bayern. The 28-year-old left that in an interview with FAZ announce. When asked about the rumor that he was being talked about as a substitute keeper behind Manuel Neuer at Bayern and how this would get along with his claim to always play, Ortega said: “If I went to Munich, I would have the opportunity to win titles, European To be in the Champions League, maybe to play a few games with a world club. In the end you only have one career. “

Should a club “with the exquisite collar size like Bayern or Real Madrid knock on my door, that would be something I would deal with. Why should I categorically rule out such a constellation in which I may not play so many games?” Said Ortega further.

At Bayern there were recently rumors about the departure of the allegedly dissatisfied substitute keeper Alexander Nübel. Ortega is still under contract with Arminia Bielefeld until 2022. In the current season, the 28-year-old played all 28 league games over the full distance, in seven games he remained clean.

FC Bayern – Ortega: “I would deal with Bayern”

If they win the German championship again, FC Bayern Munich will be rewarded with a fifth star above the club’s logo. “We want to give everything and become champions as soon as possible,” said coach Hansi Flick unmistakably on Friday and also brought an extra motivation into play: Bayern have a fifth championship star for the 30th championship. “I heard that we could get the fifth star with the title. That would be a nice thing. We want to do our part,” said Flick.

The DFL introduced the championship stars for the 2004/05 season. Since then, first and second division teams who have won a German championship there since the Bundesliga was founded in 1963 have been allowed to wear this badge of honor. Bayern (so far 30 championships, 29 of them in the Bundesliga) are currently the only club that is allowed to wear four stars.

The German record champions are currently five points ahead of their first rival, RB Leipzig. There are still six game days to complete.

Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick has the hope that world footballer Robert Lewandowski will be available again on Tuesday in the home game against Bayer Leverkusen. Today’s Saturday (3:30 p.m. in the live ticker) against VfL Wolfsburg, third in the table, comes too early for the striker.

Michael Rummenigge, brother of Bayern Munich’s CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, is convinced that Hansi Flick will remain the coach of the record champions. “The Munich team will also go into the coming season with Flick. Why? I know my brother too well for that. If Karl-Heinz has got something into his head, he sticks to it. In this case, Hansi Flick, Kalle will never let him go voluntarily, “said Michael Rummenigge Editorial network Germany (RND).

Flick is the favorite to succeed national coach Joachim Löw. The ongoing dispute with sports director Hasan Salihamidzic has worn the coach down in recent weeks.

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