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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arturo Vidal hopes Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez joins him at Bayern Munich

Chile manager Juan Antonio Pizzi says Alexis Sanchez is always motivated and gives his all regardless of the situation.
Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol examine the latest transfer rumours including Bayern Munich's interest in Alexis Sanchez.

Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal has described Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez as "a spectacular player" and said he hopes he will join the Bundesliga champions.

Vidal, a Chile international teammate of Sanchez, told Sport Bild that signing the attacker would improve Bayern still further.

Sanchez is out of contract at Arsenal next summer, and reports have linked him with both Bayern and Paris Saint-Germain.

"We'll see if Alexis is coming. I do not know yet," Vidal said.

"I know him very well....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Former Bayern Munich striker Ivica Olic announces retirement

Ivica Olic 1860 Munich
Ivica Olic, shown here playing for 1860 Munich, has announced he is retiring from professional football.

Ivica Olic is calling time on his career, after announcing he is retiring from professional football.

Olic, 37, started out at Marsonia in his home country of Croatia, before moving to CSKA Moscow and then playing for Hamburg, Bayern Munich, Wolfsburg and finally 1860 Munich in the Bundesliga. He also made 104 appearances for the Croatian national team, scoring 20 goals.

"I'm ready to hang up my boots," Olic told German newspaper Bild. "I think I can leave football with a clear conscience.

His...

Holger Badstuber seeks foreign switch after Bayern Munich release

Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller failed to make any of his putts during a guest appearance at the BMW International Open in Munich.
The FC panel look at Bayern's hard-nosed approach at keeping clubs away from Lewandowski and discuss if it will be enough.

Holger Badstuber is seeking a new challenge outside of Bundesliga when he leaves Bayern Munich this summer, the former Germany defender has told Socrates magazine.

Badstuber, 28, has been heavily affected by injuries since late 2012 and, despite returning to full fitness last season, he was sent out on loan to Schalke and Bayern announced that he would be leaving the Allianz Arena when his contract expires at the end of this month.

Asked about a move abroad, he said: "My feeling says yes.

"My attitude...