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FC Bayern Munich: Uli Hoeneß reveals internals about Manuel Neuer after his interview



FC Bayern Munich: Uli Hoeneß reveals internals about Manuel Neuer after his interview

Uli Hoeneß has revealed that Manuel Neuer regrets his much-discussed interview. In addition, the Honorary President of FC Bayern Munich rebuked the event at an event Munich evening newspaper Club legend Lothar Matthäus.

According to Hoeneß, the FC Bayern goalkeeper “confessed” that his interview, in which he settled accounts with the German record champions, among other things, “was a mistake”.

Shortly thereafter, the 71-year-old divulged further internal information regarding the talks between FCB management and the long-standing number one: “That was it. You have to stand by it, and then it has to be good. He has regretted it for a long time He spoke to Julian (Nagelsmann; editor’s note) and Hasan (Salihamidzic, editor’s note) He made it clear everywhere that he didn’t see it as a great idea to give the interview .”

After his skiing accident during the winter break, Neuer will be absent from Bayern at least until the end of the season. He is scheduled to return to team training for summer preparation. “I wish him a healthy recovery soon. It was a serious injury,” said Hoeneß, adding: “Nobody can say he’ll be fit in May or June.”

At the same time, Hoeneß praised Neuer’s representation and newcomer Yann Sommer, who was signed by Borussia Mönchengladbach for eight million euros in the second half of the season: “He’s a stroke of luck for us. That we managed to sign such a great goalkeeper. Chapeau! Yann is a great one Personality.”

Nevertheless, Hoeneß believes that Neuer will sooner or later take his regular place again. “I hope that he will be as fit as before – then he will be in goal at Bayern Munich,” he explained: “Manuel is Manuel. We’ll have to see what will happen…”

Uli Hoeneß criticizes Lothar Matthäus

In addition, Hoeneß buttoned himself skyExpert and ex-Bayern professional Matthäus. Although he was a “very important personality at FC Bayern in the last 30 years” and an “outstanding football specialist”, the public statements of the record national player would occasionally annoy him.

“The only thing that bothers me is that for a lot of money he sometimes forgets that he once played football for this club. I think he often oversteps the boundaries with his former employer. That they all put up with it,” Hoeneß explained and made it clear: “I don’t think Lothar will ever fill an important position at Bayern.”