Lucas Hernandez explains reasons for change to Munich

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            Bayern Munich's new entry spoke in an interview about his departure from Atletico Madrid. FCB legend Arjen Robben breaks a lance for Thomas Müller, Jerome Boateng meanwhile arouses interest from Turkey. Jürgen Klopp remembers Philippe Coutinho's farewell to Liverpool. Here are all news and rumors about Bayern.
            
            FCB, News: Lucas Hernandez explains Bayern-WechselBayern's record new signing Lucas Hernandez has spoken in an interview with tz about the reasons for his move to Munich. For 80 million euros, the Bavarians had started the world champion from Spain. "Honestly, one has to say that Atlético's new project was also very promising," said the defender. But together with his family, he decided to switch to the Bundesliga: "We all thought that A change of scenery would not hurt us. " He also wants to "prove in a new league and a new club" want: "Bayern is one of the five largest clubs in the world."

In the 3-0 over Schalke 04 on Saturday Hernandez played for the first time in the Bundesliga from the beginning. After his injury and the long rehab in the first half of the year, he was now "close to" the one hundred percent, the 23-year-old stressed: "Peu a peu I'll find my way back to my old form." The settling in Munich was easy for him, also because of the many Spanish and French-speaking players: "The team has made it very easy for me."

  Scores and individual reviews for Schalke 04 – Bayern: Lewandowski world class – Raman disappointed
  
    1 / 29The 3-0 away win of FC Bayern on Schalke has a name – and that is: Robert Lewandowski. While the Pole underlined his world class once again, Thomas Müller was disappointed. In militant Schalke fell particularly a 13 -million-man.2 / 29ALEXANDER NÜBEL: Strong parade in Lewandowski header (17.), chance and blameless at his Penalty Throw (20th) and his dream free kick (50th). In the 71th minute wide awake at Alabas cross pass on the poles. A good performance. Note: 2.5.3 / 29JONJOE KENNY: Came well against Coman – until the 19th minute, when he put the Frenchman in eleven-meter attack and made it 1-0. Afterwards still positive, especially in a duel. A very good game with a beauty mark. Grade: 3.4 / 29BENJAMIN STAMBOULI: Very strong first half of the vice-captain (78 percent tackle, most ball actions). Also clarified after the break, from the 60th then on the six and also convincing. Grade: 2.5.5 / 29MATIJA NASTASIC: Like second-placed Stambouli, left a stable impression, but put Lewandowski's header, the Nübel still parried (17.), but a short nap. On the other hand awarded the chance to hit the line. Grade: 3.6 / 29BASTIAN OCZIPKA: Gnabry had a really good grip, but made one or the other positional error. Opened before the 0: 3, the left side, because he moved too precipitously towards the ball. Grade: 4.7 / 29WESTON MCKENNIE: Were playing a brutal running spurt, but also revealed gaps in the S04 defense due to his high pressing. The foul started before the 0: 2, also weak in the duel (16 percent). Grade: 4,5.8 / 29OMAR MASCARELL: Almost invisible and not necessarily stable in a duel (25 percent), but disciplined in shifting and his positional interpretation. Had to give way to Sane after almost an hour. Grade: 4,5.9 / 29DANIEL CALIGIURI: Offensive in the first half, he did not play well but played well in the defensive. Good tackle ratio (62 percent) and after the break even offensive with accents. Before the gate, however, he lacked the callousness. Rating: 3.10 / 29AMINE HARIT: Unfocused in the first round, with some errors in the ball processing and in the play. After the page change slightly improved, albeit without the absolutely compelling actions. Note: 4,5.11 / 29BENITO RAMAN: Until his substitution in the 51st completely ineffective. Raman was the least likely of all Schalke start-up players on the ball and also recorded the worst pass (56 percent) and tackle (12.5 percent). Grade: 5,5.12 / 29GUIDO BURGSTALLER: Difficult game for the Austrian. Ackerte and ran a lot, but without it something jumped out. Desperate when he hit the outer post and not the empty goal. A used day for the striker. Grade: 4,5.13 / 29AHMED KUTUCU: At first an invigorating element for the Schalke offensive, even if he did not succeed. Dived gradually but noticeably from and so it was a scoring of the 19-year-olds. Grade: 4.14 / 29SALIF SANE: Coming to Mascarell in less than an hour, he had few scenes to excel. Was at 0: 3 then badly boiled by Lewandowski. Grade: 4.5.15 / 29LEVENT MERCAN: Came in for Harit shortly before the end. No review. 16 / 29MANUEL NEWER: Most of the time on this late summer evening without employment. He cleaned up what was on his chest. Note: 3.5.17 / 29BENJAMIN PAVARD: Played right back in his national team position. Was good in a duel, but let miss the train forward. With one exception: He almost finished a Kimmich corner to make it 1-0. Note: 3.18 / 29NIKLAS SÜLE: Brought over 90 percent of his passes to the other players, but looked a bit unfocused in the second half. Held – as Rummenigge would state – at the end of the day but the store together. Grade: 3.19 / 29LUCAS HERNANDEZ: Initially, had no problems with the harmless S04 offensive. In the second half demanded more and then not always saddle, but overall very neat. Won strong 80 percent of his duels. Grade: 2,5.20 / 29DAVID ALABA: Had most of the ball actions with the guests, but was rarely able to attract attention. Solid on the defensive, forward with a chance to score in stoppage time. Grade: 3. 21 / 29JOSHUA KIMMICH: Replaced the injured Thiago on the six in the short-term and did his job without big outliers. His record: A pass rate beyond 90 percent, also won Kimmich 50 percent of his duels. Grade: 3,5.22 / 29CORENTIN TOLISSO: After the lead, had the only chance in the first round, to put it 2-0, missed his goal but. But not very noticeable. Won only one of his nine tackles. Grade: 4.23 / 29THOMAS MÜLLER: Made it to his favorite position but did not convince. Müller did not develop on the ten, hardly radiated Torgefahr. The only plus: He won over half of his direct duels. Grade: 4.24 / 29SERGE GNABRY: Not nearly as noticeable as last week against Hertha BSC. Gnabry barely got into dangerous one-on-one situations and scored the second few ball actions of all Bayern players until his substitution. Note: 4.25 / 29KINGSLEY COMAN: First without the big moments. He switched to the right side in the second half, where he prepared Lewandowski's third goal. Holte also brought out the lead penalty in the 20th minute. Grade: 3.26 / 29ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI: With his hat-trick again showed how indispensable he is for Bayern. The penalty to 1: 0 annoying and the 3: 0 assertive against the beefy Sane. His dream free kick left no questions unanswered. Grade: 1.27 / 29PHILIPPE COUTINHO: The Brazilian immediately showed the excellent qualities he has and immediately brought fresh wind into the encounter. At the end he let it calm down. Note: 3.28 / 29IVAN PERISIC: Came to Gnabry, but did not produce any significant input. Could be glad that no penalty was imposed on him. Grade: 4.29 / 29JAVI MARTINEZ: Replaced Hernandez in the final stages. No rating.
  
  

FCB, News: Robben opts for MüllerArjen Robben has broken a lance for Thomas Müller in an interview with Sky90. He was replaced by Schalke 04 for Philippe Coutinho, and there are some indications that he could lose his place in the head office behind Lewandowski to the new signing. "I'm a big fan of Thomas, he has qualities that no one in this team has," said Robben, who ended his career after ten years with the record champions in the summer. Müller was with his runs in depth and the element of surprise in his Game "always difficult for an opponent to defend." The FCB needed against low-profile opponents "Speed, you need a lot of movement. That's always the biggest task." Robben also commented on a possible career as a coach. And he revealed why he left his number 10 to Philippe Coutinho. Click here for the news with all the details.FCB, News: Offer for Jerome Boateng from Turkey In the first two Bundesliga games Jerome Boateng did not play in the Bavarians, Schalke missed the center-back ill. The speculation about a departure before the closing of the transfer window on 2 September does not stop. As the Turkish newspaper Hürriyet reports, Fenerbahce should have made an offer for the 30-year-olds. However, this is only a loan. In addition, the Turkish top club did not want to take over the full content Boatengs. Coach Niko Kovac had recently stressed that he was satisfied with the current squad, but he did not want to give any guarantees that the squad would not change in the coming week. FCB, News: Klopp remembers Coutinho changeBevor Coutinho in January He moved from FC Liverpool to FC Barcelona in 2018 and was the protégé of Reds coach Jürgen Klopp. The player now remembered the change with regret. "Before leaving, we were happy to see how well that would work with Coutinho and Mohamed Salah," said Klopp. "Mos's outstanding ability is to get behind even the smallest of spaces, even in the six-yard box, and Coutinho was the one who could find that space." Coutinho had forced his departure to Barca with a strike. Finally, he moved to the Blaugrana for a transfer fee of around 145 million euros, where he could not prevail.Philippe Coutinho: Stages of his career in EuropeYearVerein2010 – January 2012Inter MilanoJanuary 2012 – June 2012Espanyol BarcelonaJuly 2012 – January 2013Inter MilanoJanur 2013 – January 2018FC Liverpool January 2018 – August 2019FC Barcelona side August 2019FC Bayern Munich © gettyFC Bayern, Friendly Match: Coutinho hits for the first time One day after appearing on Schalke, FC Bayern played against the district side FC Vilshofen on Sunday. In the "dream game" at the fan club Vilshofen Rot Weiss stars were also in action. So Coutinho played a halftime, scored a goal and prepared another. Also Ivan Perisic and Michael Cuisance were each happy about a hit. The game ended 13: 1.
            
            
          

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