January 2, 2014 Off By admin

Bayern Munich secured the Club World Cup trophy some weeks ago as they claimed a 2-0 victory against Raja Casablanca and now the German titans go into the January transfer market with a number of players that are being linked to make a move away and into the club.

Atletico Madrid’s Koke is often referred to as the ‘’next Xavi’’ and was linked with a possible move to the Premier League as many English clubs are considering making a move for Koke but some days later after the interest to sign Koke was displayed by England, Bayern Munich announced that it was also keeping close tabs on the young midfielder.

According to some German sources, Robert Lewandowski will join Bayern Munich on one of the first days that the transfer window opens up in January with a transfer fee believed to be around €11 million for the Polish striker who made a name for himself after he scored 4 goals in a Champions League semifinal match against Real Madrid.

From there on out Lewandowski has been linked with a number of clubs that were surprised by his performance and wanted to secure his services as soon as possible including Real Madrid.

Another player linked with a possible move to the team lead by Guardiola is Julian Draxler as he has already stated his discomfort in having to play on the left-hand side of the midfield which is his new role ever since Kevin-Prince Boateng arrived in the summer.

Draxler said: “I have now resigned myself to the fact that I am not welcome in the number 10 position here at Schalke.”

The Brazilian defender of Chelsea David Luiz is not a regular starter for Chelsea as Jose Mourinho constantly decides to change his starting lineup and more often than not, Luiz is out of his plans to be in the main squad.

All of these players are just rumored and linked to be in the wish list of Bayern Munich, nothing more just rumors but whether or not it was true will be decided in January when the transfer window opens up.