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Bayern Munich announce partnership with University of Denver

Bayern Munich gives an unprecedented look into their academy, profiling German legend Miroslav Klose and his role as U-17 manager.
Want to know how to make it as a professional at Bayern Munich? Watch this documentary on the Bayern Munich youth academy.
Rafinha is delighted to be back training with Bayern Munich and hopes to continue to righting the recent poor results.

Bayern Munich have today announced a partnership with the University of Denver, which will see the Bundesliga side help young players looking for a career in sports.

The German club will share their coaching philosophy and expertise with students while they complete their high education in the United States.

"FC Bayern is committed to growing soccer at all levels in the U.S.," Bayern director Jorg Wacker said. "We are delighted to partner with a leading university, which has the country's number...

Bayern Munich's Renato Sanches keen for minutes under Niko Kovac

Bayern Munich gives an unprecedented look into their academy, profiling German legend Miroslav Klose and his role as U-17 manager.
Want to know how to make it as a professional at Bayern Munich? Watch this documentary on the Bayern Munich youth academy.
Rafinha is delighted to be back training with Bayern Munich and hopes to continue to righting the recent poor results.
ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein explains why Bayern Munich continue to have faith in manager Niko Kovac despite their 4-match winless streak.

Bayern Munich midfielder Renato Sanches has said he would like more game time at the Bundesliga club.

The midfielder spent last season on loan at Premier League side Swansea but has only made five appearances for the German side this campaign -- completing 90 minutes just once.

"The relationship to the coach is very good," Sanches told Bild. "Sure, I'd like to play more.

"We have many internationals in our ranks and the coach must rotate. But I would like to have more minutes."

Sanches, who...

Transfer Rater: Kai Havertz, Ismaila Sarr to Arsenal; Cesc Fabregas to Atletico Madrid

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Ismaila Sarr to Arsenal

Sven Mislintat's regeneration of the Arsenal squad will continue, with Rennes winger Sarr reportedly in his sights. According to The Sun, Arsenal's...

Germany's Jerome Boateng to miss France match after suffering injury vs. Netherlands

Kasey Keller says if Joachim Low doesn't make changes soon it might be him that gets changed, after Germany's 3-0 loss to the Netherlands.

Germany defender Jerome Boateng will not face France in the UEFA Nations League on Tuesday after suffering a calf problem.

Bayern Munich's Boateng picked up the injury as Germany slumped to a 3-0 defeat to Netherlands on Saturday.

The 30-year-old has now returned to Munich, and in a statement Bayern noted that national boss Joachim Low had opted not to substitute him in Amsterdam.

"After suffering a calf injury, Jerome Boateng had to leave the Germany squad early on Sunday," the statement said.

"He...

Niko Kovac safe for now but Bayern Munich results must improve soon

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein explains why Bayern Munich continue to have faith in manager Niko Kovac despite their 4-match winless streak.
Despite their recent struggles, Bayern Munich players were all smiles at the annual Oktoberfest celebration over the weekend.

"I will defend Niko Kovac to the last drop of blood," Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness vowed in an interview with Kicker magazine on Monday, insisting that Sabener Strasse was engulfed by total calmness, contrary to reports.

The Croatian coach has escaped censure for a run of four winless games, with most commentators focusing on the German champions' muted activities in the transfer market and the fatigue of key players in their efforts to explain the malaise.

However, despite emphatic backing...