Leon Goretzka commented on the situation at FC Bayern. The German national player makes it clear: He sees the Munich team challenged next season, but is optimistic about the future despite the changes.

Losing stars on Säbener Straße: Bayern have difficulties keeping established regular players: After David Alaba and Niklas Süle, Robert Lewandowski and probably Serge Gnabry also want to leave the club. However, leading player Leon Goretzka is convinced that Bayern’s boardroom will still put together a powerful team for the coming season. However, the situation does not leave the 27-year-old untouched: “You can tell that there are changes. But that’s not always a bad thing.”

Süle: “Niklas was an important player for us, who will leave the club for free. That’s not nice,” said Goretzka about the Süle departure. “For me personally, it’s a shame because Niklas is a good friend who I’ve known since I was a child. I really enjoyed playing with him.”

Gnabry: When it comes to his other national team colleague, the Bochum native keeps a low profile: “I don’t want to say anything about Serge’s possible departure because I assume that he will stay with us.”

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