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How Bayern Munich Could Line Up If They Eventually Sign Victor Osimhen

Nigerian striker, Victor Osimhen has attracted a lot of interest from top European football clubs following his excellent start to the season.

The Napoli striker arrived the Italian club from Lille in the summer of 2020. Bayern Munich have been alleged to be interested in his services and will be willing to offer £100 Million.

Bayern Munich already parades great players like Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Muller etc. So the addition of Victor Osimhen will be a huge step for him in Hus career. If eventually he is signed and gets into the Bayern Munich team, this is how the team could line up in a 4-3-1-2 formation.

Goalkeeper: Bayern Munich captain, Manuel Neuer will occupy the goal post.

Right Full Back: the French international, Benjamin Pavard will play in the right back position for the team.

Left Full Back: French defender, Lucas Hernandez will occupy the left back position.

Left Center Back: The first center back slot will be occupied by Dayot Upamecano.

Right Center Back: Niklas Sule will pair up with Upamecano in the heart of the proposed Bayern Munich team.

Defensive Midfielder: Joshua Kimmich will continue his excellent run of form in the defensive midfielder position.

Central midfielder: German midfielder, Leon Goretzka will take one of the slots allocated for the central midfielders.

Central midfielder: Marcel Sabitzer will join hands with Goretzka to control the ball play in midfield area of the field.

Attacking midfielder: A very creative Thomas Muller will feature in the attacking midfield position. This position is important because he acts as a creator for the two strikers.

Striker: Victor Osimhen will play in this position for the German Bundesliga club if he is eventually signed.

Striker: Robert Lewandowski will play upfront as a number 9. The Polish striker with the partnership of Victor Osimhen are capable of defeating any team.

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