New rumors about Douglas Costa. The Brazilian is said to have been offered to the Wolverhampton Wanderers. The speculation about a loan termination for FC Bayern are nourished with it. Nevertheless, there are two points in favor of staying in Munich.
After Douglas Costa was missing in the Bayern squad last Sunday in the home game against SC Freiburg, rumors arose in Italy that Juventus Turin loan to the record champions could be canceled in winter. The Gazzetta dello Sport brought another loan into play – this time in the Premier League. But without naming a specific club.
This is done three days later by the well-known source telegraph from the island. At least he claims that Costa was offered to the Wolverhampton Wanderers. For the current winter transfer phase. After the broken skull of center forward Raúl Jiménez and a disappointing 14th place, the Wolves are still looking for further offensive reinforcements.
However, it is doubtful whether that will be Costa. For one thing, because it is loud telegraph Real Sociedad striker Willian José is said to be on the approach. Even if the 29-year-old Brazilian would be a real one-to-be replacement for Jimenez. Unlike Costa, who is known to prefer to come over the wing.
Above all, however, those responsible for Bayern should not be interested in a loan termination. In the narrow victory in Augsburg, the Brazilian was at least back in the matchday squad, but remained without a commitment.
“Douglas went through a phase where he worked very hard. We are trying to take him the next step. The competition is very intense at the moment, so we have to wait from game to game. Every player has to deal with such a situation and the coach show what quality he has and put it a step further in training, “said FCB coach Hansi Flick.
Sounds like Costa is currently just a little behind. But not after that he should go. Because there are still many hard weeks waiting for FC Bayern until summer. So for Costa he will probably go to the island in the summer. The 30-year-old no longer has a future at Juve, where he is still under contract until 2022.