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Leon Goretzka is currently coming out with a muscle fabric. Nevertheless, the Bayern star wants to attack again timely and has the EM firmly in view.
Leon Goretzka currently still on a muscle fiber ripped and is therefore at today's season finale () against FC Augsburg not there.
Nevertheless, there is good news overlooking the European Championship. In the new episode of the Sport1 Podcasts "My Bayern Week" speaks boss reporter Florian Plettenberg about the current health status of Goretzka.
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of the Sport1 podcast "My Bayern Week" on, in the Sport1 app and the common streaming platforms Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Deezer and Podigee
Thus, the 26-year-old is currently on a really good way in his rehab. The Bayern professional achieves the right progress and wants to be fully operational until the EM prelude on June 15 against France.
It's not just about the general return to the lawn - Goretzka also wants to consolidate its place in the DFB team. National coach Joachim Löw probably plans to continue on the Bayern star.
According to the Image Goretzka rose on Friday again in loose running training at the Säbener Straße. Accordingly, he is still planning to add to the national team in the DFB training camp in Seefeld (28 May to 6 June).
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Goretzka extension at FC Bayern is delayed
FC Bayern runs the Treaty of Goretzka until 2022. It is already no longer a secret that both sides want to expand cooperation.
, however, the Goretzka page currently enters the brake with respect to the contract extension. The talks between the Bavarians and the player are positive, but until the European Championship there will probably be no final agreement.
Goretzka wants to focus on the tournament with the DFB team and then decide on his future in summer. Nevertheless, it remains undisputed that it should come to an extension.
Sport1 Chef Reporter Florian Plettenberg talks to Sport1 Moderator Jana Wosnitza in a row ten as always about the topics and news of the week at Bayern and the German national team. From now on Fridays: "Platigoal" this time takes the German EM squad under the magnifying glass. In the podcast, the two national players Bernd Leno and Timo Werner are united for the first time. Leno calls on the interview: "Ask for his nickname!". Werner reveals him and explains the funny secret behind it. About Alexander Nübel there is a new revelation and Bayern have contacted a Holland star. The Sport1 Podcast " My Bayern Week" is available on, in the Sport1 app and on the common streaming platforms Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Deezer and Podigee.
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