Benjamin Pavard admits change considerations: "A lot of questions asked"


Benjamin Pavard admits change considerations: "A lot of questions asked"

Benjamin Pavard

Benjamin Pavard

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Benjamin Pavard has considered leaving Bayern: PSG, Juve, Manchester United and Chelsea have expressed an interest.

Benjamin Pavard actually had the goal at FC Bayern to start as a central defender. With the signing of Matthijs de Ligt, however, it became clear that this plan cannot work. With the additional arrival of Noussair Mazraoui, Julian Nagelsmann also has the option of fielding a more attacking right-back. Accordingly, Pavard was considered a candidate for sale in the summer. The Frenchman has now confirmed that he was flirting with a change.

Benjamin Pavard is one of the best and most consistent Bayern players this season. Accordingly, he also managed to push his competitor Noussair Mazraoui onto the bench, at least until his own injury break.

A few weeks ago, however, the Munich defensive all-rounder was no longer sure whether his future should lie with FCB at all. "I asked myself a lot of questions over the summer. I had offers from different clubs," Pavard explained in an interview Telefoot. However, a conversation with coach Julian Nagelsmann made him understand that he was "part of his plans".

Speaking about his last season, the Frenchman said he had 'a difficult time' privately. "I wasn't happy, I couldn't play football well because things weren't going well in my life. It's all behind me now," he revealed.

Top clubs court Pavard: move to PSG or Juve in the summer of 2023?

In addition, the defender, who was released in the summer by top clubs such as PSG, Juve, Manchester United and Chelsea FC was courted, "maybe one day going to one of the clubs mentioned". Pavard is still tied to FC Bayern until 2024. Contract talks would have to start slowly and the German record champions should have their hands full trying to persuade the 26-year-old to extend the contract.

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This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as Benjamin Pavard admits change considerations: "A lot of questions asked" released.

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