Corona consequences? Davies has been missing from FC Bayern for weeks

Recently, an infection with the corona virus forced Alphonso Davies from FC Bayern to take a short break. The consequences of the disease now require a much longer break.

The left-back suffers from a myocarditis and will be missing from FC Bayern for a long time. That’s what coach Julian Nagelsmann said on Friday.

“He’s out for the time being and won’t be available for the next few weeks,” said Nagelsmann at the press conference ahead of the Bundesliga game between Munich and 1. FC Köln on Saturday. The Bayern coach admitted that the illness was “not that dramatic”. However, when examining the corona infection, signs of heart muscle inflammation were found. “Nevertheless, it has to heal and that will definitely take a while,” said Nagelsmann.

Nagelsmann was not able to finally confirm that the myocarditis is actually a consequence of the corona virus, but the probability is there, even though the cause is currently irrelevant. “He’s got it – it’s modest to crappy to extremely crappy,” said the 34-year-old.

Winter transfer at FC Bayern possible?

Nagelsmann did not rule out a reaction to the failure in the current winter transfer period. “I’m always thinking about transfers, it’s part of my job,” said the coach, who revealed himself to be a “big friend of winter transfers”. “It only has advantages, you mix the team and create new hierarchies. The new player then has six months to acclimatize and then he’s fully there in the summer.”

However, Nagelsmann does not see an urgent need for action, especially since “not infinite coal” is available “to do something”.

First and foremost, FC Bayern is currently concerned with ironing out the failed start of the second half of the season against Borussia Mönchengladbach (1: 2), in which 13 professionals were missing. However, the game against the currently strong Cologne team should not be easy.


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