Dietmar Hamann considers a comeback by Uli Hoeneß at Bayern Munich to be quite conceivable.
“I don’t want to speculate, but I don’t think anything is out of the question. Not even that Uli Hoeneß says he’ll come back and do it, even if it’s only temporarily,” Hamann wrote in his column Skysport.de.
After the quarter-finals in the Champions League, the German record champions are speculating about the future of CEO Oliver Kahn. A return of the long-standing patron Hoeneß, who continues to sit on the supervisory board as honorary president, is also being discussed.
“FC Bayern is Uli Hoeneß’s child,” said Hamann: “When a child is 18 or 19 and gets on the wrong track, you either try to influence them or you say the child is old enough. The big question will be, if Uli Hoeneß will let go. I don’t know if he can…”
However, the 71-year-old still has a lot of leverage on Säbener Straße. “A lot depends on what Uli Hoeneß thinks,” said Hamann: “I think it will be the way Uli wants it.”
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