Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola declared in a press conference last Thursday that his side won't be in the market for any new signings in outfield positions between now and the end of the summer transfer window, according to the Daily Mail. However, that doesn't mean the team's transfer activities are completed.
In that same press conference, the trainer admitted he could do with a new goalkeeper following the departure of Lukas Raeder. As of now, the only senior shot-stoppers on the books at Bayern are Manuel Neuer and Tom Starke, and Guardiola would prefer to have a third option between the posts.
There is also the possibility of Bayern signing younger players for their reserve team with an eye on the future and in order to boost their chances of Bayern II gaining promotion to the 3. Liga.
Despite finishing first in the Regionalliga Bayern last season, FCB II were beaten by Fortuna Koln in a promotional playoff.
Finally, the possibility of Bayern offloading players tempted away or deemed surplus to requirements remains on the table, too.
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