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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Bayern 25 7 2 82
2 RB Leipzig 20 7 7 67
3 Dortmund 18 10 6 64
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Goodbye to Alonso, Lahm

Marcotti's Musings
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 By Mark Lovell

Jerome Boateng doesn't have plans to leave Bayern Munich this summer

Bayern Munich gave Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso a fitting send-off with a comfortable win over Freiburg.
Retiring Philip Lahm and Xabi Alonso said goodbye to the Bayern Munich fans at their Bundesliga title party.
The FC crew look back on the careers of Xabi Alonso and Philipp Lahm as both prepare to retire after Bayern's final match.
Carlo Ancelotti is pleased that his players finished the season in good condition.

Jerome Boateng has told SportBild he plans to remain at Bayern Munich next season, amid reports he wanted assurances about his future at the club.

Boateng, 28, has suffered with injuries this season, starting only 10 games as Bayern won a fifth successive Bundesliga title, and the arrival of Germany international defender Niklas Sule from Hoffenheim has led to reports the 2014 World Cup winner was unhappy with his standing at the club. 

However, asked if he will play for Bayern next season,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Transfer Talk: Arsenal up their offer to keep Alexis away from Bayern Munich

Arsenal have reportedly offered Alexis Sanchez £270,000 a week to remain with the North London club.

Arsenal are making a play to keep Alexis Sanchez at the club amid interest from Bayern Munich, and the Mail reports that the North London club have offered the Chile international £270,000 a week if he signs a new contract.

For more on Alexis and Bayern Munich, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

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Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings: Bayern Munich remain fifth

Philipp Lahm is substituted during his final game as a Bayern Munich player.
After more than 500 appearance for Bayern Munich, Philipp Lahm waved goodbye at the Allianz Arena.

Last weekend featured several goodbyes and Bayern Munich lost two modern-day greats, as Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso played their final games before retirement. Both will be difficult to replace in what could be an off-season of much change for the German champions.

To see where Bayern Munich fit in Shaka Hislop's full rankings, as well as which clubs made the list this week and which dropped out, click here.

Bayern Munich speculation 'is wrong' - Schalke's Leon Goretzka

Carlo Ancelotti is pleased that his players finished the season in good condition.
Retiring Philip Lahm and Xabi Alonso said goodbye to the Bayern Munich fans at their Bundesliga title party.
Bayern Munich gave Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso a fitting send-off with a comfortable win over Freiburg.
The FC crew look back on the careers of Xabi Alonso and Philipp Lahm as both prepare to retire after Bayern's final match.
Bayern Munich's Philipp Lahm hopes that football supporters will remember him as a good player when he retires at the end of the season.

Schalke midfielder Leon Goretzka has said reports in the German media that he has already agreed to join Bayern Munich either this summer or on a free transfer in 12 months are wrong.

Goretzka, 22, has been one of the few players to play a solid season at Schalke, who missed out on qualifying for European competition following seven consecutive campaigns in the Europa League or Champions League.

The Germany midfielder is under contract at Schalke until 2018 but has yet to agree an extension, meaning...

Bayern champs again, Hoffenheim surprise, Lewandowski still best

The FC crew look back on the careers of Xabi Alonso and Philipp Lahm as both prepare to retire after Bayern's final match.

In the end, FC Bayern Munich's Bundesliga campaign, a fifth title in a row, left no question unanswered. That's apart from the most important one of all: How much is this Meisterschaft really worth? Nobody seems entirely sure in Bavaria. Executive chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has been at pains to point out that winning the league was still "the most honest title," and that the team's achievement wasn't being adequately recognised. President Uli Hoeness, on the other hand, is of the opinion that...