Good luck in the story of the month Glenn, another month where your quality of writing has been second to none. Good signing in Isco, looking forward to seeing how he plays when he's reached his potential.
In a move that'll receive mixed reactions from Bayern Munich fans, David Beckham has signed Dortmund's star striker Erwan Jehanno for 16.5 million.
The 22-year-old is already a star despite his young age, and also a French international, representing France at Euro 2020.
Jehanno started his career at hometown club FC Lorient and after breaking through into the first-team, took advantage of his contract expiration to link up with Borussia Dortmund in 2017.
It took awhile for Jehanno to settle in, but when he did, it reaped rewards. In his second season for Dortmund, Jehanno scored 19 goals in 26 Bundesliga appearances, and last season, his third season, the former France Under-21 player hit in 20 goals in 31 appearances to earn himself a call-up for Euro 2020.
However, he has grown frustrated with life at Dortmund with the failure of their promise to deliver trophies. Bayern Munich swooped in, and after much negotiating, Die Borussen finally relented on selling their key player to their rivals, albeit for a much higher fee than the 13 million they'd initially demanded for him.
But to Beckham, 16.5 million will be a bargain, considering the amount of his transfer warchest, which is rumored to be up to 50 million, even after a 34.5 million deal for fellow summer recruit Daniel Montero.
Jehanno is expected to serve as the main force of Bayern's attacking force, alongside Ademilson in a two-man striking partnership.
Some fans have publicly disapproved considering the fierce rivalry between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, as well as the fact that Jehanno has frustrated plenty of Bayern fans before with his goal-scoring talent for Dortmund. Fortunately, a majority of the Munich club's fanbase are unable to deny the talent of the former Lorient striker, and has welcomed him to the Allianz Arena.
Along with Jehanno, Serbian left winger Filip Celekitic has joined the club for a fee of 9 million, from Ukrainian side Metalist.
Celekitic is a fully-fledged Serbian international and represented his country in Euro 2020. He came face-to-face with Beckham in the tournament as Beckham's England team beat Serbia 2-0 in the Quarter Finals.
Only 23, Celekitic has already played for 5 different teams. Starting his career at FK Partizan Beograd, Celekitic moved on to FK Teleoptik Zemun in 2016. He was quickly loaned out in the same year, getting his first taste of German football as he played temporarily for Bundesliga side Frankfurt. As little more than a backup player, Celekitic made 6 appearances, but impressed by scoring 3 goals.
It was at Metalist that he got his big break. Joining the Ukrainian Premier League club in 2017, he was given opportunities and eventually established himself as a key player at Metalist.
His eye-catching performances on the left wing soon earned him a call up to the Serbia squad in November 2017, just a few months after his arrival in Ukraine.
Playing in Ukraine has done very well for Celekitic's career, going from a nobody in football to one of Europe's hottest young prospects. He will now look to continue the development of his football career at Bayern Munich.
Two very significant captures of two fantastic young players. Beckham can pat himself on the back for his transfer business so far.
Aside from Eros Baldoni and Federico going on loan to Stade Rennais FC and SK Rapid Wien respectively, there have been no departures out of Bayern yet, but according to sources, this could change very soon...