Bayern Munich have today announced a partnership with the University of Denver, which will see the Bundesliga side help young players looking for a career in sports.
The German club will share their coaching philosophy and expertise with students while they complete their high education in the United States.
"FC Bayern is committed to growing soccer at all levels in the U.S.," Bayern director Jorg Wacker said. "We are delighted to partner with a leading university, which has the country's number...
Bayern Munich midfielder Renato Sanches has said he would like more game time at the Bundesliga club.
The midfielder spent last season on loan at Premier League side Swansea but has only made five appearances for the German side this campaign -- completing 90 minutes just once.
"The relationship to the coach is very good," Sanches told Bild. "Sure, I'd like to play more.
"We have many internationals in our ranks and the coach must rotate. But I would like to have more minutes."
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Germany defender Jerome Boateng will not face France in the UEFA Nations League on Tuesday after suffering a calf problem.
Bayern Munich's Boateng picked up the injury as Germany slumped to a 3-0 defeat to Netherlands on Saturday.
The 30-year-old has now returned to Munich, and in a statement Bayern noted that national boss Joachim Low had opted not to substitute him in Amsterdam.
"After suffering a calf injury, Jerome Boateng had to leave the Germany squad early on Sunday," the statement said.