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This is Ray route and welcome to kicking it here on DP and Sports Talk my brand new show here on Wednesdays when normally I'm here to talk about football Today I'm here to talk about football, and I'm here to talk about the European football.
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So, ladies and gentlemen, Hansi Flick has confirmed that Bayern Munich will be parting ways with Ivan Paris itch.
Bayern Munich looks like they're gonna part ways with Loney before the start of the 2021 season and I've been perfect will Paris Ich will return to Inter Milan.
According to reports.
It was confirmed by Hansi Flick on the sidelines of the presentation of the trophies won by Fire Munich in the 2019 2020 season.
When asked about the future of three players by and currently have on loan flick answered quote, it has been decided that we will no longer use the three players.
Paris It is possible extension looked likely at times.
Now it looks like Byron will resort to the wingers they have on a permanent basis.
Paris It scored eight goals and assisted 10 in all competitions for Bayern Munich this season.
He's been a great backup option who's always who always gave his all when putting on the die rot in Jersey.
Whether it's because of economics or personal reason, pairs its departure from the club will leave a hole for a squad that needs depth for the upcoming season.
During the presentation, Flick was also asked about the future of Tiago and David Alba.
The trouble winner gave a very diplomatic get uncertain answer, saying quote.
As long as they're in the squad, I plan to use them both and again For those of you who are just coming on who were here to hear me talk about American football, this is my Wednesday night kick it show that will now be every Wednesday tempi in peacetime What I'm talking about.
European football also know what a soccer here in North America.
So it's an Ivan Perisic, which I thought for sure.
But I mean, I'm going to keep on to him because it's funny.
You just came off winning the triple, having this magical season in a very weird pandemic Corona Year.
And buyers are going from one of the deepest benches in you EFA to not being that deep, obviously with with Casino going back to Barcelona and now we're that they won't be paying playing for ah, pain for Paris.
Itch it really the midfield kind.
Ah is getting thinner.
Thiago is apparently on the move and we're gonna get it out a little bit later.
Yeah, be Martinez is job.
Chavin Martinez is gone.
Contino is gone.
So I mean, we're sitting here now talking about Felicio.
Um I guess Alphonso Davies, But he's been playing left back Leon Goretzka, who quietly goes about his business.
Joshua Kimmitt shoes Really great in that midfield.
I had no problems.
Kinsley, Command and all of them.
I got no problems with those guys.
Search can RB obviously Thomas More.
But it comes down to a depth piece man in Paris that brought that depth and one of the things that made Bayern Munich so good this season, whether it was in the Champions League or it was in whether it's Champions League, whether it was the Bundesliga, whether it was the German couple, that kind of stuff was the amount of depth they had.
I mean, they had a game where Thomas Mueller and Robert Lewandowski were both suspended.
I think they're still won the game like three Nothing.
You're talking your two most prolific, your most prolific midfielder and prolific straight in your your number nine.
Your true number nine.
And they want to give three nothing because of the depth they had.
I mean, I think against Barcelona and against, um, Leon, They started Paris. It's over.
Kinsley. Come on.
And it was almost a surprise for people when come on, got to start over P S G in the finals of the Champions League So I think that losing Paris itch is I think it's something that buyer need to reconsider.
I know that there they're currently looking at Marcello Brokovich.
Ah, Brokovich Teoh.
Come in and and maybe bring some of that depth of the team they brought, um, Sunday on Andan.
That's gonna bring some more depth as well.
But, I mean, they're going from times and tons and tons of just like having again having a bench.
That was almost good enough to to, Ah, a team that was almost good bench.
It was almost good enough that they could have failed at a second team that would have been almost as competitive as that team.
And yet now they're gonna lose a whole bunch of these guys.
So I don't know.
It will be interesting to see what the brass do and how they ah, how they bring things on a room and Eggo and Oliver calling them.
They're all involved in a lot of these kind of moves, and it'll be it'll be interesting to see how they move about with this, because again, and and this this news kind of came late in Champions League, it wasn't something that was on my radar.
But David, Alibaba and Bayern apparently they're not coming close to a new deal on for a contract.
The report I read today, I think, said that the Byron was offered something like 13.
5 million euros for this season.
I think that came out like 260,000 something like that for the per week, and that's way off of what David Alibaba believes he deserves.
Alba, who started as a midfielder for Byron and then really became a true left back.
But with the Suli going down and stool ago and then a solar going down and then finds of Davies emerges a great left back.
They moved David Alibi into the centre back position and I mean, I think he was our best defender.
This year is good.
As Alfonzo, Davey wise.
He was sort of like as a full back.
He was sort of like a left back in a midfielder, but it coming from a stay at home, especially with a slower Boateng.
David Alibaba really backed a lot of people up and now the fact that alibis talking about wanting to leave the team at the end of the season it and well, I mean, basically, I don't think that Bayern Munich is gonna let them walk away for walk away for nothing.
And I would not be surprised if he is in a position where they have to sell him away.
And this isn't a time that they're now expecting a bidding war for Tiago.
He's been linked a Liverpool for a while, but apparently a lot of teams are going to be coming after Thiago who wants out of iron.
And it's amazing to me because I know a lot of this transpired pre the Champions League, even pre cove it that a lot of these rumors special.
Thiago started, but I'm sitting here going like, man, you just won the triple.
Why do you want out so bad? You were, Ah, regular member of the starting 11 alibis, a regular member starting 11.
I guess it must all come down to money at some point, right? That's what it's gotta be.
I mean, David Alba has one.
The trouble twice with by a Munich once back in 2013 and once but our 2013 or 2012 and then another time back in Ah, are.
And then now, so I mean is gonna hurt.
And I mean, look, I get that economics hurt right now.
Um, economics hurt across in every sport we've heard about, the NFL is gonna beginning.
MLB is being ra***ed.
MBA is losing money, and even powerful teams like Bayern Munich need to watch their money.
And the Bundesliga just lost a huge broadcasting contract in India.
Now, being in Canada, that shouldn't.
That doesn't affect me at all.
We still have broadcasting rights here.
I can still readily watch buying games in the Bundesliga.
But, I mean, India is a big, big, big market to play the Games.
But covert has ra***ed a lot of these industries and they just lost it.
And I mean, you're talking about a team coming off winning the trampy in Champions League.
Their popularity does not gonna get any higher than this.
I mean, this is when people start flocking, attend of the day people flock toe winners and and just coming off the wave coming up Champions League title, you figure a lot of people in India we're gonna become Bayern Munich fans and want to watch those games.
I mean, they really buying from the Bundesliga perspective has taken over the Asia, uh, the Chinese countries and ah in East Asia.
But it's ah, I don't know.
It's it was a big loss.
Now, as I said, the Bayern Munich is looking at a target in Marcello Brokovich to bring some depth to that midfield level, and Inter Milan apparently have set the price and they want 40 million euros for their central midfielder.
And this is coming from a report from an Italian news outlet called FC internews dot i t.
Uh Brokovich is part of a domino effect containing numerous clubs, and the first domino that needs the fall is Arturo Vidal, whose imminent departure from Barcelona will free up space for them to sign um Georgino Wijnaldum.
The Dutchman has been linked with Barcelona and needs to leave Liverpool to enable them to make an offer.
Two for Bayern Munich's Tiago Elta Tiago Um and the money Byron received for Tiago would go towards signing Brokovich.
So it's really just this circle in this pool of things that need to happen amongst a whole bunch of different teams for it to happen.
I think they're going to get more than $40 million for Tiago.
So in a year that they're trying to save money, they can still purchase brochure are Bozovic and they can sell Tiago no bra Ceviche is one of the top candidate candidates to be sacrificed in order to raise money and funds to allow enter to pursue a move for Chelsea's granola.
Conte Inter have set an asking price for the Croatian national player, a high figure for a buyer Munich at the moment but will be less for them if they sell Tiago as well as Javi Martinez.
The report explains that there were further contract.
There was further contact between Byron and Broke Spits agent this past weekend, with the German club tabling him to a four year deal worth around five million euros.
Inter would like to include Ivan Paris Itch, who I just reported that New England Warum knowing that the Bayern Munich wont be resigning but they want to include personage in the negotiation with Byron over broken pro ceviche and this is something that Byron appreciate.
But it all depends on the money it will take because despite winning the Champions League, they want to spend as little as possible.
The reason for this is due to the revenue that Byron have lost due to the Kobe 19 pandemics.
Obviously, these kind of things are issues for teams and in Kobe has run rampant on the entire professional sports industry.
People are, uh, struggling to earn money.
Teams and ownerships are working.
Their ass is off trying to bring things in.
And like I'm saying, even these big clubs like Barcelona, Inter Milan, you know, Liverpool, the clubs that have money, they're not wanting to spend it because with the empty stadiums and loss and ticket sales and some sponsorship stuff, the and lucky when I say they're gonna lose money that I lied like the Bundesliga is gonna be in a lot Dire straits and then a legal Premier League, the Premier League, on their TV deal alone, is going to make them millions upon millions of euros.
But for a team like our for a league like the Bundesliga, losing their broadcasting contract in India, huge deal for them.
So it's it's gonna be really you know, and that's why I'm really disappointed that Lee and all Messy decided to stay with Barcelona because in this sort of covert era and in this time of indecision, and this thing will lack of money for a lot of teams.
I was really interested to see just who is going to come through and put up the kind of money was going to take for Messi to stay.
Unfortunately, we're at a point now.
We're not going to see it happen and he's going to stay there.
But it's really the economics of soccer are really intriguing to me.
It's something that it's always intrigued me because there's so much money.
I mean, you know, here in North America, and obviously I'm a big American football fan here in North America, I don't even think that we scratch the surface to the kind of money that gets moved around in sports like soccer, especially in Europe.
I'm not talking major League Soccer here in North America, where it's really it's child's play compared to the big, you know, to the big Ah, uh, I call him the Big Four, which is Italy, Spain, England in Germany, and then you still.
But I mean even like countries like Brazil, Portugal have, you know, teams like Benfica have money to spend.
You've got leagues like Paris.
Saint Draman is one of the highest spenders in the in in Syria, And I mean, and they've spent its hon of money to make that team good.
That and that's why they were so disappointed to Onley make it to the Champions League final, not win it, because that money was spent for them to win a championship.
So I know it's just it's put this whole Kobe thing, though it's been really, really for me.
One of the more interesting sort of stories to follow is player movement and player sales and contracts and how that kind of stuff is really starting to roll out.
And it's just something that we're going to continue to have toe watch as we go forward into this, you know? Ah, and we're not even in a post Kobe era were still in a current Kobe era.
I know that that that the Bundesliga and the clubs especially, are pushing the confederation and pushing the government to try tohave fans in the stands because even though there's teams like Byron and teams like lipstick that have money to spend, there's also teams like that the Frankfurt and Shell CA and stood guard and you know Berlin and they don't have the money that these other concerns that these other teams have, And it's it's because of the the investment rule and all that kind of thing.
So I don't know.
Like I said, the economics of soccer right now is really, really interesting.
All right, guys, that is my first addition of kicking it, obviously being a episode Number one, I'm still figuring some stuff out.
I probably like it to go a little bit longer next Wednesday, so I'll be looking into some of the options that how I could do that.
Maybe looking to bring on some guest may be looking to be venture outside of the bonus league a little bit. I don't know.
I'm gonna talk a lot about Bayern Munich.
Just tell you guys I could talk about teams that I like.
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