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FC Bayern – News and rumours: Lothar Matthäus denounces the lack of communication between the FCB bosses



FC Bayern Munich, news and rumours, Lothar Matthäus, Sadio Mané, Yann Sommer

Lothar Matthäus has once again sharply criticized FC Bayern and this time targeted the management level. A possible buyer for Sadio Mané is meanwhile probably excluded. The news and rumors from Munich.

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FC Bayern – News: Lothar Matthäus criticizes the FCB management team

Record national player Lothar Matthäus (62) has spoken out again and criticized his former club FC Bayern.

As part of his expert work sky Matthäus said on Saturday: “It’s not just the results and performances that aren’t there on the pitch. If you’re uneasy around you, it’s automatically transferred to the pitch. That’s why, as I said, it’s not surprising because there’s so much unrest reigns supreme in the club.”

Matthäus continued: “Mané, Sané, the goalkeeping coach was fired, the mole once at Nagelsmann, now from Manchester. Those are issues that are also a point. Those responsible should also communicate.”

Matthäus criticized the lack of transparency in the Sadio Mané case: “Mané was punished. With what? The punishment, no number was mentioned, it is discussed further, questioned, the journalists will keep asking the people at FC Bayern: ‘What does Mané have to do for pay his shot?'”

Loud Picture the penalty for Mané should be in the mid-six-digit range, but a specific number is not known. A problem for Matthew: “Yes, say it, then a point comes after the topic and then it is forgotten. It happened, it shouldn’t happen, but it must be punished. Why not say it?”

Matthäus assesses the handling of Manuel Neuer’s skiing accident in a similar way: “Has he been punished or not? It also puts a strain on the team, the psyche. These are all small things that come together and that’s why it’s a turbulent time on the Isar .”

FC Bayern – Rumor: Liverpool FC rejects Mané’s return

Sadio Mané is currently not in an easy position at Bayern Munich and was even suspended against Hoffenheim (1-1) for beating Leroy Sané. How things will continue for the Senegalese in the summer is open, but a return to his former club Liverpool seems impossible.

Football Insider reports that the Reds are not interested in re-signing Mané. Rather, there is a major upheaval on Merseyside. And especially in the storm a rejuvenation course was driven before and during the current season – first came Darwin Núñez, then followed Cody Gakpo. So there would be no room for Mané, especially since he is 31 years old.

The British portal had already reported in November that Mané had confessed to a group of friends that they missed Liverpool and the Premier League.

FC Bayern – News: Gladbach’s Roland Virkus protects Yann Sommer

Sports director Roland Virkus from Borussia Mönchengladbach has defended his former goalkeeper Yann Sommer after the recent criticism. “I find it disrespectful how you deal with him,” said Virkus: “I don’t think it’s ok to dump everything on him. It’s always the problem of the whole and not of an individual.” Sommer switched from the foals to record champions Bayern Munich in winter.

Some experts had recently criticized the Swiss after the 0: 3 in the Champions League at Manchester City. Sommer is “definitely” being treated unfairly at the moment, Virkus emphasized: “As a goalkeeper, you’re bound to have a game that’s not so good. But that doesn’t diminish a goalkeeper’s lifetime achievement.” The former Gladbacher is “one of the best goalkeepers in Europe”.

Former national player Dietmar Hamann, for example, rated Sommer as “crazy overwhelmed” in Manchester on Tuesday. In particular, some experts had chalked it up to Rodri’s 0: 1 from a distance. “These are the centimeters he is missing. Manuel Neuer would have saved the shot,” said ex-keeper Roman Weidenfeller sky.

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30 VfL Bochum (A) Hertha BSC (H)
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32 Borussia M’Gladbach (H) Schalke 04 (H)
33 FC Augsburg (A) RB Leipzig (H)
34 Mainz 05 (H) 1. FC Cologne (A)