Despite his team’s 13-point lead at the top of the table, Bayer Leverkusen coach Xabi Alonso insisted on Friday that it was “still too early” to discuss the Bundesliga championship.

Depending on what happens to the reigning champions, Bayern Munich, who are currently in second place, Leverkusen could win their first-ever Bundesliga title as early as next week.It is still too early, Alonso told reporters, adding that “anything can happen in football.”We are in a great place right now. However, we are discussing the next opponent rather than the title.

On Saturday, Leverkusen will play away at Union Berlin while Bayern will be visiting mid-table Heidenheim.Alonso’s team is having an amazing season and is getting close to winning it all. They defeated Fortuna Duesseldorf 4-0 at home on Wednesday to go 40 games without a loss and secure a spot in the German Cup final.

The Spaniard stated last week that he planned to stay at Leverkusen for the upcoming season, even though Bayern Munich and Liverpool were showing interest in him. He also stated that the players were concentrated on the next match, and the supporters were not getting too excited about the possibility of a treble.

Leverkusen finished first in the league, advanced to the German Cup and Champions League finals, and lost all three championships in 2002.

“The fans are knowledgeable and capable of recalling past events. They are patient.”When the time comes, we want to celebrate. And right now is the time to work and get ready, not to celebrate.

“Victor Boniface, the striker who made his 2024 debut against Duesseldorf on Wednesday after recovering from an injury, would not start on Saturday, according to Alonso.”We have chosen not to play him right away, but he could start.”He did well playing about twenty-five minutes on Wednesday. Our goal is to assist him in making a full and healthy recovery.”He is needed,”

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