About Bayern vs Barcelona: Who has won the Champions League more times? It was reported that Airn Munich and Barcelona

get along well again with both sides searching for their own former identities in the Champions League at

the Allianz Arena on Tuesday. Xavi's reconstruction is well underway at the Camp Nou The former Barca 

midfielder's achievements in less than a year at the helm should not be underestimated. Having inherited a flaw,

 they are now looking to see their revamped side crush their opponents very well, with the season at Camp 

Nou getting off to a very promising start. Xavi has certainly been helped a lot by Joan Laporta's economic

wheeler-dealing, the summer spending spree before the improvement was tangible. Julian Nagelsmann, on the other hand,

faces a slightly different task in Munich, which is desperately trying to prevent the collapse of one

of the most luxurious houses in European football. The 35-year-old was dropped as told by Bayern in April 2021,

the Bundesliga side were still technically European champions, did not officially take over until July

 until July by which time Chelsea had assumed the title, Thomas Tuchel abruptly. German manager en vogue.

Nagelsmann under investigation told in Champions League Nagelsmann added the 2021–22 Bundesliga title to

the club's trophy room, but it is ultimately up to Bayern managers in Europe to judge this is where the

 young coach's fate may be decided. Bayern are set to drop their last three league games well into third

place on the table, with some hoping Union Berlin or Freiburg will be far above the Bavarian powerhouse next May.

Bayern's traditional challengers, Borussia Dortmund, are reported to be fifth on points, with both sides

 adapting to the new reality following the departures of Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland respectively. 

Bayern's start to the Champions League campaign with a very convincing 2–0 win over Inter Milan was enough to put the cracks

on the Bundesliga on paper. The loss against Barcelona is not to be seen as forgivable, with the Liga side never going victorious in Munich.