Bayern Munich's busy summer looks set to continue after they declared their interest in signing Chelsea full-back Jose Bosingwa. Any move for the Portuguese international could pave the way for the West London outfit to net long term target Franck Ribery. Having signed Anatoliy Tymoschuk, Mario Gomez, Ivica Olic and Danijel Pranjic among others Bayern's general manager, Uli Hoeness told German publication Tz: “Our transfer activity is basically complete. We are now only looking at possibilities for right backs. We are interested in Bosingwa, that’s true.” Reports in Germany suggest that Bosingwa, who has enjoyed a good debut season at Stamford Bridge, could be used as a makeweight in a deal for the Frenchman. Although Hoeness has insisted that Bayern will not sell Ribery he has also been quoted as saying, "we will only negotiate under certain conditions, namely, when another club does something crazy.”
11 June 2009
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