#4 Bayern Munich
While close to completing his first season at Allianz Arena, Bayern Munich’s manager Carlo Ancelotti has had far from a satisfactory season. The former Real Madrid boss will only be landing the Bundesliga with far less conviction and dominance than his predecessor, Pep Guardiola.
With assurance from Karl-Heinz Rummenigge that Ancelotti will be the Bavarian’s next coach next season, the German side is looking to bring in fresh players having already lure to the club Nicklas Sule and Sebastian Rudy in pre-season deals.
Big names like Alexis Sanchez and Marco Veratti are in the best form of in their respective leagues with negotiation with Sanchez reportedly on-going. However, the duo will not come cheap to Bayern Munich and they woudl also need a new keeper as well along with a fullback too to keep adequate reserves and options to choose from as per requirements as exits of Douglas Costa, Rafinha and Jerome Boateng could be on the cards. Xabi Alonso and Philipp Lahm are will hang up their boots and they’ll need to be replaced as well.