Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeneß has promised that there will be wholesale changes at the club next summer he has however ruled out making any big money signings in the January transfer window.
Bayern Munich lost further ground in the title race on Saturday, as Paco Alcácer’s winning goal saw Niko Kovač’s side slump to a 3-2 defeat against league leaders Borussia Dortmund.
Bayern Munich are now sitting fifth in the Bundesliga table, seven points behind pacesetters Borussia Dortmund
Speaking after the disappointing loss, via Sky Sports, Hoeneß said: “No, we definitely will not undertake any activities in the (January) transfer market. We’re getting (Kingsley) Coman back before Christmas and Thiago will be able to play again, too, in two or three weeks. Next year, when the second step of the revolution comes, we will definitely change the face of the team.”
He added: “Im less angry, sad and dejected today than a few weeks ago when we lost to Gladbach at home. The Bundesliga is really fun again. Now people should be happy that it’s exciting.”