Personnel update at FC Bayern: Müller

FC Bayern Munich can plan in the Champions League game at FC Barcelona with Thomas Müller and Kingsley Coman.

Personnel update at FC Bayern: Müller

FC Bayern Munich can plan in the Champions League game at FC Barcelona with Thomas Müller and Kingsley Coman. Müller was recently absent due to a gastrointestinal infection, Coman was ailing and replaced against Hoffenheim. Both players were able to complete the final training session on Säbener Straße. There is also progress with three other FCB stars.

Manuel Neuer has been missing FC Bayern between the posts for four competitive games. But there is now hope that the national goalkeeper will soon be guarding the Munich team again. Because according to information from the picture, the 36-year-old returned to the training ground on Tuesday. There, the keeper completed his first running session in almost two weeks. However, it is still unclear when Neuer will return to team training.

In addition to Neuer, Leroy Sané is also working on his comeback. Like Germany's number one, the 26-year-old was at the training ground on Säbener Strasse and started his running training there. Sané tore a muscle fiber in his thigh in the league game against SC Freiburg. As the image reports, the national player should be part of coach Julian Nagelsmann's squad again next Tuesday in the Champions League duel against Inter Milan.

The third player in the squad to make progress is defender Lucas Hernandez. The Frenchman tore a muscle bundle in mid-September in the premier class home game against FC Barcelona. In the past few days, however, the 26-year-old has been able to increase his training workload. The central defender is now working with the ball again and should be an option again for the Bundesliga game against SV Werder Bremen on November 8th.

This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as a personnel update at FC Bayern: Müller

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