Sport Mr. Flick, will Cuisance definitely stay?
Corona: Bayern coach Flick against hasty easing
© Matthias Balk / dpa / archive image Munich's coach Hansi Flick goes to an interview before the game. The coach of the German soccer record champions FC Bayern Munich, Hansi Flick, expressed his lack of understanding about demonstrations against the government's corona measures. It is “understandable that everyone longs for a life like we had before this pandemic. Young people in particular have a certain urge to go outside, into life, among people, "said the 55-year-old in a Sport1 interview.
"Micha is developing very well. He has now trained again in training as we like to see it. Also in the game today," said the Bayern coach about the French in a media round.
The 20-year-old shows himself and is keen to play: "Even if he takes a little bit of risk, that's absolutely fine, because he keeps trying to put pressure on the opponent on the defensive."
Flick is convinced of the talented left foot: "These are the things I want to see from him. He is developing very well."Flick at Cuisance relaxed
Nevertheless, it is still not clear whether Cuisance will still play with Bayern under Flick next season. There is a loan in the room, most recently Marseille had announced interest.
Sancho, Cuisance, Fati, all the transfer window of the day
© Supplied by Sports.fr The transfer window of August 3 The French market is still very calm, even if some clubs like Nice do not fail to animate it . In Marseille, progress is slower, witness the Cuisance case. Everything should quickly settle, however, between Dortmund and Manchester United for Jadon Sancho. Ansu Fati, he will certainly not leave Barça. Monstrous release clause requires.
According to SPORT1 information, a loan transaction is not excluded.
As reported by the French trade magazine L'Equipe, Olympiques club president Jacques-Henri Eyraud is said to have already contacted Bayern boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge by phone.
Cuisane himself, who was flattered by Marseille's interest a few days ago, intends to talk to coach Hansi Flick about his future in Bavaria after the Champions League.
"I don't know what's coming. I don't read all the transfer messages at all," said Flick. He was "relatively relaxed." However,
is certain: Flick believes in the technically strong midfielder and believes in its potential.
Champions League win would be 'cherry on the cake' for Bayern, says Flick ahead of Chelsea second leg .
The Bavarian giants won the Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal domestic double, and now have their sights set on Frank Lampard's BluesBayern excelled after the coronavirus-enforced break in the season, turning a potential title battle with Borussia Dortmund into a procession before lifting the DFB-Pokal to complete a domestic double.