1. FC Bayern München Cyber Training - Neuer, Davies, Müller and More  Bundesliga
  2. Bundesliga’s top four clubs giving up T.V. money to help the other clubs in Germany  Bavarian Football Works
  3. Coronavirus: How football stars and clubs are helping in the fight  DW (English)
  4. Bayern Munich approach Barcelona over star’s availability as no resolution in sight with contract stand-off  CaughtOffside
  5. Marc-André ter Stegen and rest of German team donate €2.5 million to fight coronavirus  Barca Blaugranes
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The top four clubs are adding to a money pot to be able to give money to the teams in the lower end of the Bundesliga table and lower leagues.The top four clubs are adding to a money pot to be able to give money to the teams in the lower end of the Bundesliga table and lower leagues.

Bundesliga’s top four clubs giving up T.V. money to help the other clubs in Germany - Bavarian Football Works

This comes after Lionel Messi donated €1 millionThis comes after Lionel Messi donated €1 million

Marc-André ter Stegen and rest of German team donate €2.5 million to fight coronavirus - Barca Blaugranes

“Update: The board of Bundesliga recommends suspension of the League until at least April 30. This would mean: No Matches of @FCBayern til Mai #Coronavirus”

Christian Falk on Twitter: "Update: The board of Bundesliga recommends suspension of the League until at least April 30. This would mean: No Matches of @FCBayern til Mai #Coronavirus"

“It's all to play for from the top down in the @Bundesliga_EN after 25 rounds of 2019/20 fixtures. From leaders Bayern Munich to cellar dwellers Paderborn - find out how all 18 clubs have fared so far... https://t.co/czGfNUxM3U”

Alex Chaffer on Twitter: "It's all to play for from the top down in the @Bundesliga_EN after 25 rounds of 2019/20 fixtures. From leaders Bayern Munich to cellar dwellers Paderborn - find out how all 18 clubs have fared so far... https://t.co/czGfNUxM3U"

There have been some fantastic individual performances for Bayern Munich this season, but these five players have consistently delivered in big games.Bayern Munich have many world-class players in the squad, but few have consistently delivered clutch performances this season. It has not been a vintage se...

Bayern Munich: Five clutch players in 2019/20 season

Watch every game that has put defending Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich four points clear at the top of the table with 25 games played in 2019/20 so far.Watch every game that has put defending Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich four points clear at the top of the table with 25 games played in 2019/20 so far.

Bundesliga | Watch: Highlights of EVERY Bayern Munich game in 2019/20 so far

As the world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, football stars and clubs are doing their bit to help their clubs and homelands. Here are a few stories of how football is helping in the fight.As the world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, football stars and clubs are doing their bit to help their clubs and homelands. Here are a few stories of how football is helping in the fight.

Coronavirus: How football stars and clubs are helping in the fight | Sports| German football and major international sports news | DW | 25.03.2020

A lack of playing time in midfield is said to be the main reason for David Alaba wanting to leave Bayern.A lack of playing time in midfield is supposedly the reason behind ​Bayern Munich David Alaba possible summer exit.  Murmurs of the Austrian's departure have...

The Reason Why David Alaba Is Considering Bayern Munich Exit | 90min

Bayern Munich, other Bundesliga clubs, take pay cut - CGTN

Bundesliga players onboard with wage cuts amid coronavirus crisisFaced with the loss of millions of euros in earnings, Bundesliga clubs are increasingly approaching players to accept salary cuts while the German league remains suspended. In...

Bundesliga players onboard with wage cuts amid coronavirus crisis | Daily Sabah

Bayern Munich’s first-team squad and board have agreed to take a 20 per cent pay cut while there is no football due to the coronavirus pandemic.English top-flight clubs may now come under pressure toBayern Munich’s first-team squad and board have agreed to take a 20 per cent pay cut while there is no football due to the coronavirus pandemic.English top-flight clubs may now come under pressure to

Bayern Munich is looking to secure the future one of their young forward as they reportedly start negotiations with Kingsley Coman.Kingsley Coman is reportedly negotiating terms of a new contract with Bayern Munich. Bayern Munich wants to become a powerhouse in Europe. The German club ...

Bayern Munich: New contract for Kingsley Coman is a puzzling move

All the latest Manchester City transfer rumours and gossip including an update on the future of winger Leroy Sane.All the latest Manchester City transfer rumours and gossip including an update on the future of winger Leroy Sane.

Bayern Munich 'meet' Man City star Leroy Sane's representatives and more transfer rumours - Manchester Evening News

David Alaba Is Stepping Beyond Football: The Bayern Munich player talks his style evolution and the power of sports.The Bayern Munich player talks his style evolution and the power of sports.

David Alaba Discusses Fashion & Football's Future | HYPEBEAST

David Alaba Is Stepping Beyond Football: The Bayern Munich player talks his style evolution and the power of sports.The Bayern Munich player talks his style evolution and the power of sports.

David Alaba Discusses Fashion & Football's Future | HYPEBEAST

Is David Alaba really on his way out of Munich this summer? We dig into one of the biggest transfer sagas in the Bundesliga at the moment.Is David Alaba really on his way out of Munich this summer? We dig into one of the biggest transfer sagas in the Bundesliga at the moment.

Could David Alaba really leave Bayern München this summer?

Players and directors at Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund agree to take a temporary pay cuts.Players and directors at Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund agree to take a temporary pay cuts.

Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund stars to take pay cut during the coronavirus crisis - BBC Sport

Players at Bayern Munich, Dortmund and other Bundesliga clubs are taking pay cuts during the league's hiatus in an effort to help other employees at their clubs.Players at Bayern Munich, Dortmund and other Bundesliga clubs are taking pay cuts during the league's hiatus in an effort to help other employees at their clubs.

Bayern Munich, Dortmund players taking pay cuts during coronavirus hiatus - Sports Illustrated

Bayern Munich‘s players and directors will take a 20 per cent pay cut until football resumes in order to save the jobs of staff holding administrative positions at the club.  The German champions were understood to be considering laying off members of staff due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the club’s annual wage bill currently surpassing  £300m.  However, the players’Bayern Munich‘s players and directors will take a 20 per cent pay cut until football resumes in order to save the jobs of staff holding administrative positions at the club.  The German champions

Bayern Munich players take 20% pay cut to save staff jobs | The Independent

BAYERN MUNICH and Borussia Dortmund players are set to accept a pay cut to help staff members struggling during the coronavirus pandemic. Reports in Germany state both Bundesliga squads will give u…

Jadon Sancho along with Dortmund and Bayern stars ‘take 20 per cent pay cut to help staff during coronavirus isolation’ – The Sun