Undoubtedly, the defending champion Bayern Munich is expected to win the Bundesliga trophy for the three consecutive years though the team dropped of their imperious form at the end of last campaign. But in the new season of 2015-16, Bayern is facing a lot of challenges as for the first time they are expecting to win the league for four consecutive years. They have boosted their chances with the new signing of midfielder Arturo Vidal (Juventus FC), speedy winger Douglas Costa (Shakhtar Donetsk) and young Kimmich.
The nearest title challenger for Bayern is Wolfsburg as this last year’s runners-up has made some shrewd moves in order to overcome from the runners-up position to the champion’s place. Coach Dieter Hecking is expecting a lot from Germany’s player of the year Kevin de Bruyne who will get the support from the new point man, Max Kruse who has joined from Borussia Monchengladbach to Wolves. In order to handle the defensive side the coach depends on Luiz Gustavo, Naldo, Timm Klose, Ricardo Rodriguez and captain Diego Benaglio.
Like every season it becomes difficult for the trainer Lucien Favre of Monchengladbach to keep hold on the top talents as Kruse has joined to Wolfsburg and the loan spell of Christoph Kramer ended. But fortunately Favre has secured the place of Kruse by Josip Drmic from Bayer Leverkusen. Moreover, the coach has expectation from Chelsea’s talent Thorgan Hazard.
The summer of Leverkusen is not still finished as they still want to replace Gonzalo Castro but they are still in hope for Kramer who can be a complete midfielder threat with his two years experience at Gladbach. Now the performance of the team is depending on the strategy of the coach Roger Schmidt who will decide how to use midfielder Heung Min Son, young Julian Brandt, Karim Bellarabi and free¬kick specialist Hakan Calhanoglu.
In spite of last year’s 6th position finishing, the new trainer Andre Breitenreiter of Schalke 04 has raised lots of chances with the significant changes such as Junior Caicara from Ludogorets Razgrad and 21-year-old Johannes Geis from Mainz 05 with Matija Nastasic from Manchester City.
Last Bundesliga season, this club had dramatically saved from the relegation zone by securing a playoff position in Europa League. After bidding good-bye to everyone’s favorite manager Jurgen Klopp, the tactical manager Thomas Tuchel has managed to incorporate shot stopper Roman Buerki from relegated SC Freiburg (who had made 152 saves in 34 matches) and midfielder Castro from Leverkusen.
Since last year’s best ever Bundesliga finish (5th position), Augsburg has started with new urge and expectation for Bundesliga League. The size of the squad has expanded to 32 players with the signings from youth product Dominik Kohr of ‘Kusen and Gruether Fuerth’s wing ¬back Ronny Philp.
Mainz 05 hopes to secure a place among the top seven with the signing of Fabian Frei from Basel who has cool experience of playing the Champion’s League.
The squad of Markus Gisdol has gained strength this time with the signing of midfielder Jonathan Schmid (Freiburg), Fabian Schaer (Basel) and forward Mark Uth (Heerenveen).
Apart from the above-mentioned teams, there are chances of promotion for FC Ingolstadt 04 whereas Eintracht Frankfurt, FC Koeln and VfB Stuttgart are in stable condition. There are less ray of hopes for Werder Bremen and Hertha Berlin to secure a position this year.
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