Michael Cuisance from FC Bayern Munich has granted himself against the allegations that he lacks discipline. He also spoke about his future with the German record champions.
“I’ve seen the headlines: From my point of view, this is being interpreted absolutely wrongly,” said the midfielder in an interview with the Sports picture and thus reacted to his shirt throw in the direction of his coach Julian Nagelsmann in the 4-0 win against VfL Wolfsburg after it was clear that he would no longer be substituted on.
The scene then caused a stir in the media. Among other things, ex-FCB professional Markus Babbel had drawn out a verbal attack against Cuisance.
According to the 22-year-old, the reaction was too exaggerated. “I have a good relationship with Julian Nagelsmann, I would never be disrespectful to him,” he said.
There was a discussion, “but I didn’t intentionally throw my shirt in his direction to complain,” said Cuisance.
He also rejected the allegations that he had come to meetings late and had trained with open shoes: “I have a good character. Ask Julian Nagelsmann!” To hear something like this is “sometimes difficult, but it doesn’t hit me anymore. That’s life, I have to accept it and just go on.”
Cuisance: to stay in Bavaria? “Have what it takes”
Cuisance, who returned to the Isar from a loan from Marseille in the summer and has hardly played a role since his return, also commented on the rumors of his departure.
“We’ll sit down and talk about the situation. In my situation, I want more missions, minutes,” says Cuisance and announced that I want to make a decision after Christmas: “I’m on vacation with my family and want a few days relax. We’ll soon know what’s next. “
But he has not yet spoken to Nagelsmann about his future. Despite all the complications, however, the Frenchman showed himself to be confident.
“I have what it takes to play regularly at a club like Bayern. I’m convinced of that. But I rarely got chances,” said Cuisance, adding: “Under Hansi Flick only at the end of the season, with Julian Nagelsmann mainly in The preparation. I played a game that wasn’t my best performance. That was it. “
Cuisance does not wear out loan
But he did not blame Nagelsmann for this. “I show the coach what I can do every day. But I can’t blame him: We played a great first half,” said the former Gladbacher.
On top of that, Cuisance did not rule out whether a renewed loan could help him to assert himself at Bayern in the long term: “Maybe I have to take a step back to get started.”