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If manager Julian Nagelsmann continues to bench Joao Cancelo from Manchester City between now and the end of the season, Bayern Munich may have a problem.

Georg Holzner, a journalist for Kicker, claims that the defender is unlikely to be content with the current circumstances at the German champions.

One of the unexpected transfers of the January transfer window involved Cancelo, who left Manchester City for Bayern on loan.

He made an immediate impact after being thrown into the first team. Recently found himself on the bench for the victory over VfB Stuttgart. He only played for 45 minutes in the Champions League victory against PSG.

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Julian Nagelsmann prefers Stanisic over Manchester City loanee

He will reportedly be out again for the second leg against the French team. This is because Nagelsmann prefers Josip Stanisic for the match.

According to reports, Cancelo is ‘frustrated’ by the circumstances but is keeping quiet for the time being. But Holzner believes that could soon change for the Manchester City loanee.

“I don’t think that’s going to be a problem for the Paris game or for the second leg, and that’s certainly the most important game right now,” he told Kicker.

“If Bayern progresses, a lot of things are very, very good. And if we don’t progress, then they have completely different problems than Cancelo.

“But of course he can’t be a substitute, he’s certainly got some embers there, where the whole thing can still flare up into some sort of fire at some point in the course of the season. I would see it that way. Holzner thinks of Manchester City loanee.

“But now for the most important game, especially as far as Paris is concerned, I don’t think that’s a problem.”

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