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Götze 'looking forward to what lies ahead'

The early bird catches the worm, Mario Götze clearly believes, as he was out on the Säbener Strasse pitch on Tuesday at 8.30 am. The Germany international worked on his return to the squad programme, and it is coming closer! “Two more weeks,” said Götze, who hopes to rejoin his colleagues within that space of time at the latest. The scorer of the winning goal in the 2014 World Cup final has been sidelined with a ruptured muscle tendon in the groin since last October. At first it was “hard,” but the 23-year-old has moved on, as he stated in Mia san dran, the TV show jointly presented by Telekom and FC Bayern: “I'm looking ahead. The past is the past. I'm looking forward to what lies ahead!” The broadcast featuring Mario Götze and his brother Fabian will be made available on telekomfussball.de in the next few days (German language only).

Michael Tarnat and Jürgen Jung leave FCB

Michael Tarnat, sporting director of the FC Bayern junior team, and Jürgen Jung, youth scouting director, have asked to be released from their positions. This decision was made by mutual agreement. Different views on the future focus in the club's youth section led to the step. FC Bayern thanks Michael Tarnat and Jürgen Jung for their work and wishes them all the best for their professional and private future.

Family Sunday at the Erlebniswelt

The first FC Bayern Erlebniswelt Family Day of 2016 on Sunday 24 January is dedicated to creativity, for visitors big and small. Grown up visitors on the day can immerse themselves in the enthralling history of FC Bayern and marvel at the remarkable “Art Works - Young Israeli Art on a world tour” on the executive box level at the Allianz Arena. Meanwhile, younger guests will explore their creative talents as they fashion works of art of their own, guided by experts from Munich’s Kinderkunsthaus (Kids’ Art House). For more information, click here.