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Incredible footage of young Joshua Kimmich bossing Man Utd in 6 vs 6 game resurfaces amid transfer rumours

Incredible footage of young Joshua Kimmich bossing Man Utd in 6 vs 6 game resurfaces amid transfer rumours

Incredible footage has emerged.

Incredible footage has resurfaced of Bayern Munich star Joshua Kimmich dominating Manchester United during a six-a-side game.

Kimmich has developed into one of the most complete midfielders in world football, with his passing range and composure on the ball two of his key strengths.

He began his Bayern career as a right-back, and while he still often plays there, he found a home in central midfield after Pep Guardiola realised his potential there during his spell as manager.

Kimmich has been linked with a move away from the Allianz Arena this summer, with German football reporter Archie Rhind-Tutt telling BBC Radio 5 Live that Bayern are considering a player clearout once Thomas Tuchel leaves his role as manager at the end of the season.

Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool have all been linked with making a move for the Germany international.

Now, footage has re-emerged that shows Kimmich playing an indoor six-a-side game against a United U18 side - and he shows plenty of the qualities that would make him into a top-class midfielder.

The footage comes courtesy of former United academy coach Paul McGuinness, who wrote on X (Twitter): "Joshua Kimmich played vs my Man Utd U18 team in a 6v6 tournament - he ran the whole game.

"Like a coach on the pitch organising team-mates into position, and timing of challenges and deciding when to entice or commit opponents - he confirmed to me the value of small-sided games."

The clip shows Kimmich almost functioning as a quarterback - sitting deep before receiving the ball and passing it vertically towards a team-mate across a long distance.

The 29-year-old will enter the final 12 months of his Bayern contract in the summer, having spent nine years at the club. And, with INEOS now in control of United's footballing operations, then could be the perfect time to swoop for a player that would undoubtedly add much-needed control to Erik ten Hag's midfield.

Featured Image Credit: Getty / X/Twitter/@paulmcg8

Topics: Joshua Kimmich, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Football