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2016/2017 Season

1 Bayern 19 5 1 62
2 RB Leipzig 15 4 6 49
3 Dortmund 13 7 5 46
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Transfer Rater: Kingsley Coman to Chelsea

 By Mark Lovell

Kimmich can expect rare Bayern start vs. Augsburg amid transfer rumours

Joshua Kimmich has starred for Germany, but he's been reduced to the role of bit-part player with Bayern in the Bundesliga.

Kicker reported on Thursday that four clubs have made enquiries about Bayern's wunderkind Joshua Kimmich, citing both Manchester teams and two unnamed parties from Spain -- you can probably guess which teams. Kimmich is contracted with the Bundesliga club until 2020 and while the German magazine stresses the versatile 22-year-old sees his future in Munich, he cannot be happy to have been reduced to the Mario Gotze role of bit-part player with only 10 Bundesliga starts (19 appearances) this season.


 By Mark Lovell

Bayern's Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery: Our fight vs. Madrid made us stronger

The FC crew look ahead to the UCL quarterfinals, giving predictions, and debating if there are any upsets in the cards.

Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery have said their on-pitch bust-up against Real Madrid in 2012 only served to make their partnership at Bayern Munich stronger over the years.

Robben joined Bayern from Madrid in 2009, while Ribery arrived from Marseille two years earlier. The 33-year-old wingers have won six Bundesliga titles, five DFB Pokals, the FIFA Club World Cup, UEFA Super Cup, and Champions League together.

Recalling an incident during a Champions League semifinal first leg against Madrid almost...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer ruled out for two games with foot injury

Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer had his share of highs and lows on Tuesday night at The Emirates.
Manuel Neuer sustained his foot injury during Bayern Munich training.

Manuel Neuer will miss Bayern Munich's next two games after picking up a foot injury in training.

Neuer, who turned 31 on Monday, had to depart the session on Wednesday and immediately underwent a small operation on his left foot.

Bundesliga leaders Bayern confirmed the news on Thursday morning, with Neuer to miss Saturday's Bavarian derby against Augsburg and Tuesday's trip to fourth-placed Hoffenheim. Neuer also had to sit out Germany's internationals against England and Azerbaijan last week...