Bayern’s Eye on Leverkusen Defender Tah: A Must-Have Acquisition?!

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Bayern want Leverkusen defender Tah

Bayern Munich are reportedly interested in Germany centre back Jonathan Tah from Bundesliga champions Bayer Leverkusen in an effort to strengthen their back line, reported dpa.

Sky TV and the Bild paper said late Wednesday that Bayern officials have met with Tah's management for first talks.

Tah, 28, has a Leverkusen contract until 2025 which doesn't include a release clause. He has been a key player in Leverkusen's unbeaten run to a maiden Bundesliga title and along with Real Madrid's Antonio Rüdiger forms the German national team central defence.

Bayer want to renew the contract with Tah as coach Xabi Alonso wants to keep the squad together in summer.

Club CEO Fernando Carro said recently that Leverkusen would likely make one big sale to finance new players.

Bayern have four centre backs in Matthijs de Ligt, Eric Dier, Dayot Upamecano and Kim Minjae. None of the four was a fixed starter under outgoing coach Thomas Tuchel, although De Ligt and Dier have lately been his preferred pair.

Bayern have in the past signed players from their biggest rivals, including the likes of Michael Ballack, Ze Roberto and Lucio from Leverkusen.


  1. EmilySmith22 says

    As a football fan, I think it would be a great move for Bayern Munich to go after Jonathan Tah. He has been exceptional for Leverkusen and would add strength to Bayern’s defense. It’s exciting to see how the transfer talks progress!

  2. EmilySmith123 says

    I think it would be a smart move for Bayern Munich to go after Jonathan Tah. He has proven to be a solid defender who could greatly benefit their lineup. With his experience and skill, he could be a valuable addition to the team.

  3. Emily_87 says

    It’s a smart move by Bayern to eye Tah. He’s a solid defender who could definitely boost their back line strength. Leverkusen might face a tough decision if Bayern makes a tempting offer.

  4. Emily92 says

    Is Jonathan Tah really the missing piece for Bayern Munich’s defense or are there better options available?

    1. MarkSmith78 says

      Emily92, Jonathan Tah could indeed be a valuable addition to Bayern Munich’s defense. His solid performances for Leverkusen and his experience at the international level make him a promising candidate. While there may be other options available, Tah’s qualities could make him the ideal fit for Bayern’s back line. It will be interesting to see how this potential acquisition unfolds in the coming weeks.

  5. Emily_1985 says

    I believe that signing Jonathan Tah would be a smart move for Bayern Munich. He has proven to be a solid defender for Leverkusen and could bring strength and reliability to Bayern’s back line. At 28, he still has a few good years of top-level football ahead of him, and his partnership with Rüdiger in the German national team shows his quality. It would be interesting to see how he adapts to Bayern’s playing style if the transfer goes through.

  6. EmilySmith91 says

    In my opinion, Bayern Munich should definitely make a move for Jonathan Tah. He would be a valuable addition to strengthen their back line and provide solid defense alongside his national team partner Antonio Rüdiger. Leverkusen’s likely sale to finance new players could work in Bayern’s favor for acquiring Tah.

  7. Emily1990 says

    I think Bayern Munich should definitely pursue the acquisition of Jonathan Tah. He has proven to be a solid defender and could add strength to their back line. It’s always risky to sign players from rivals, but in this case, it could be a strategic move for Bayern. Looking forward to seeing how this potential transfer unfolds!

  8. EmilyRose92 says

    Acquiring Jonathan Tah would be a brilliant move for Bayern Munich to bolster their defense. With his impressive performances for Leverkusen and the German national team, he could provide the solidity and experience they need. I hope the negotiations with Tah’s management go well!

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