Bayern Munich have announced a series of training sessions for academy stars to help them improve their fitness and become better players.
The German champions are set to open their new training base at the German academy academy in the city of Baden-Württemberg, where the players will be able to participate in three sessions of intense sessions with the full squad.
The sessions are being organised by the Bavarian Sports Federation (BFS) and will begin on Wednesday.
The sessions are expected to take place over a period of two days and feature training with the first team, first team coaches, and senior players, as well as the academy’s coaching staff.
The BFS are also planning to offer a full-time course in football management and coaching at the academy.
In addition, the academy has plans to organise training sessions with other youth clubs in the future.
The academy also plans to bring a team to Baden for a game in the coming weeks.
It’s not the first time Bayern Munich has been keen to improve their academy talent.
In 2012, the club launched a program called the BVB Academy, which offered full-day training and coaching sessions to under-20s in the hope of bringing them closer to the first-team.