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Jerome Boateng said on Tuesday that the Bayern Munich players are behind David Alaba amid the Austrian defender's contract extension stalemate with the European champions.
Jerome Boateng's first European goal for five years helped Bayern Munich extend their record run to 14 straight Champions League wins with a comeback 6-2 thrashing of Salzburg on Tuesday.
Jerome Boateng, the Bayern Munich defender who is finishing his contract at the end of the season, is looking forward to renewing it. He said this in an interview with 'Kicker' in which he made it clear that his goal is to get minutes on the pitch.
It's obvious that Christian Eriksen hasn't managed to adapt to life at Conte's Inter. The rumours about his exit in the January transfer window aren't going anywhere, and now the most recent transfer window has closed, some uncompleted deals are coming to light.
Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng could miss the start of the new Bundesliga campaign after suffering a thigh strain in the club's Champions League final victory over Paris Saint-Germain.
Less than half an hour of the contest had gone when Bayern Munich had to make a change. Boateng got injured and Sule came on to replace him. The player went off with the help of two members of the German club's medical team.
Jerome Boateng on Sunday praised the form of "world-class" Alphonso Davies and said treble-chasing Bayern Munich must stay focused in the wake of their Champions League demolition of Barcelona when they play Lyon in the semi-finals.
Luis Suarez gave Barca a glimmer of hope when he pulled it back to 2-4 versus Bayern Munich. A great move by the number '9' allowed him to score and once again the German central defender had a bad moment against Barcelona.
Bayern Munich's Germany defender Jerome Boateng has called on more famous white sportspeople to add their voices to the chorus of outrage at the US police killing of George Floyd.
Coincidences exist, but the likelihood of you having a traffic accident just when you're skipping quarantine and having your team find out are slim. Yet, this is what happened to Jerome Boateng. And, predictably, Bayern Munich fined him.
Bayern Munich centre-back Jerome Boateng said that Germany has "taken a step back" after being left "shocked" by the racist abuse of Hertha Berlin defender Jordan Torunarigha during a game earlier this month.
There was a scary moment in the Bayern Munich v Hoffenheim match in the German Cup match. In a 50:50 ball, Jerome Boateng went all in and caught his opponent in the head with his hip. The Hoffenheim player's neck turned 90 degrees. Fortunately, the midfielder was able to continue.
Thomas Mueller weighed in with a goal and an assist as holders Bayern Munich squeezed past Hoffenheim 4-3 on Wednesday to reach the quarter-finals of the German Cup.