After Thomas Tuchel’s “fall out,” Manchester City plans to stun Bayern Munich with a midfield addition

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Joshua Kimmich, a star midfielder for Bayern Munich and Germany, abruptly “fell out” with manager Thomas Tuchel. And Manchester City is reportedly planning a move for him.

Because of worries about the suitability of summer signings Mateo Kovacic and Matheus Nunes. And the fact that Kalvin Phillips is expected to depart the Etihad Stadium. Pep Guardiola may look to strengthen his midfield options during the upcoming January transfer window.

Along with Kevin De Bruyne’s chronic hamstring injury. Manchester City lost out on signing Jude Bellingham, Declan Rice, and Lucas Paqueta. And they also lost former captain Ilkay Gundogan to Barcelona on a free transfer in the summer.

Manchester City plans to stun Bayern Munich with a midfield addition

City has only won one of their last six games. The treble-winners could try to use the upcoming January transfer window to help with their bid to win a record fourth consecutive Premier League title. Currently, they are five points behind league leaders Arsenal.

Joshua Kimmich, a 28-year-old midfielder for Bayern Munich, is reportedly the target of Manchester City. According to Football Transfers, following a “fall out” between the player and manager Thomas Tuchel.

With just 11 Bundesliga appearances under his belt thus far this season. The German international’s future at the Allianz Arena is reportedly “uncertain.”

According to reports, Manchester City was interested in signing Kimmich in the summer. They may show interest again as his manager’s disapproval of him in Bavaria raises doubts about his future there.

While working for Bayern Munich under Guardiola, Kimmich, the current manager of Manchester City, helped the German team win seven trophies in his three years there.

Rumor is that that the midfield player has begun seeking an agent to “facilitate” his departure from Bayern Munich. As Manchester City looks to bolster their midfield with more “control.”

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