The summer transfer window is still a few weeks away from closing, but it appears Bayern Munich's preparations are nearly complete.
The Bavarians have signed Robert Lewandowski, Sebastian Rode, Juan Bernat and Pepe Reina during the current window, with Daniel van Buyten, Mario Mandzukic, Diego Contento, Lukas Raeder, Alessandro Schoepf and Toni Kroos having gone the other way.
As quoted by the Daily Mail, Pep Guardiola said in late July that he had no need for new players, aside from a goalkeeper. Since then, Pepe Reina has been signed to fill the void.
With that being said, Bayern could still be active in the transfer market. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge told FCB.tv (via Spox, in German) on Saturday that his side could send a few youngsters out on loan.
Meanwhile, there remains the possibility that a recent ankle injury to Rafinha and further complications relating to Thiago Alcantara's knee, according to The Guardian, could see Bayern revise their strategy.
B/R will be sifting through the news all week in search of any transfer news pertaining to Bayern. Be sure to check here regularly for all the latest.
Last Updated: Friday, August 15