Joshua Kimmich has suspended contract talks with Bayern Munich.
He is a versatile midfielder from Germany. His natural position is fullback, but he has shown world-class skills even after switching to defensive midfield. He”s not the most physically gifted midfielder, but he”s got everything you need in a midfielder: energy, work rate, and soccer intelligence. For all these reasons, he”s often referred to as the “second Ram” by fans.
He grew up in the Stuttgart youth ranks. He excelled at Leipzig and Stuttgart before moving to the German giants in 2015-16. In his first year at the club, he made an impact with 36 appearances, including cup competitions.
He was a key player in Munich’s heyday. In 2017-18, he made the leap into the core with double-digit assists in the league, and in 2018-19, he led the team in full-time appearances in all competitions. This season, he continues to be the “centerpiece” of the team, starting 47 games, including cup competitions.
스포츠토토 However, he has recently been linked with a move away. With two years left on his contract, he has been linked with a move away from Munich and Barcelona. With Sergio Busquets set to leave the club at the end of the season, Barcelona are looking for a replacement and have identified Kimmich as a possible candidate. “Barcelona are very interested in signing Kimmich,” said Ferran Martinez of Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo. He is considering leaving Munich at the end of the season and coach Xavi Hernandez is a huge fan. Barcelona want to know as soon as possible about the possibility of signing him.”
The likelihood has just increased. Kimmich has recently suspended contract talks with Munich. “Like many other players, Kimmich has suspended his contract talks with Munich. He is still a target for Barcelona.”
Alongside Kimmich, another Munich player has been linked with Barcelona. That would be Benjamin Pavard. He is one year away from the end of his contract with the Bavarians, but he too has recently suspended contract talks. According to Barcelona news source Shay Lugasi of Barça Times, “Favard has made it clear that he does not intend to hold contract talks with Munich. He is a target for Barcelona and Romero’s report confirms the same.”