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Bayern Munich’s Mathys Tel Set for Olympics Spotlight

Bayern Munich’s Mathys Tel has shown significant growth since joining the club, transitioning from just 27 minutes of experience in Europe’s top 5 leagues to becoming an impactful super sub over the past two seasons. His late-game contributions have been pivotal, yet this progress has not translated into a significant role with France’s senior or youth teams. This makes his inclusion in the provisional squad for the Olympics a noteworthy achievement, as announced by France’s official Twitter account.

Thierry Henry, the manager of France’s U-21 team and the Olympic squad, commented on Tel’s inclusion in a statement to RMCSport, as reported by @iMiaSanMia: “I’ve had discussions with Bayern, yes. They told me Mathys can come.”

Tel’s Olympic Participation:

  • Implications for Bayern Munich: Tel will miss weeks of preseason training and friendlies against Düren and Tottenham Hotspur under new coach Vincent Kompany. This absence could hinder his chances of securing a more significant role in the upcoming season.

Additional Note:

  • Adam Aznou: Another Bayern youth player, Adam Aznou, is also set to join Tel at the Olympics, having made the preliminary squad for Morocco. The experience could be beneficial for both players.

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