Thursday, 30 May 2019
Bayern Munich president asks Jerome Boateng to leave the club
DBasia.news – Uli Hoeness, President of Bayern Munich, expelled Jerome Boateng from the club subtly. Hoeness said openly that Boateng leave.
Indirectly, Hoeness expelled Boateng subtly, even though the player had the will to survive and show off to Joachim Low, the German national team coach, who retired him from Die Mannschaft.
“As a friend, I suggest he (Boateng) leaves this club (Bayern). It is clear he is currently not in the right place, he needs a new challenge,” said Hoeness, as quoted from the Goal.
What Hoeness said should be understandable, considering Boateng has three heads (30 years) and rarely plays this season. If not injured, Boateng is unable to compete with his two compatriots, Niklas Sule and Mats Hummels.
Not to mention Bayern managed to recruit two French defenders, Benjamin Pavard and Lucas Hernandez, for next season. Pavard may be right-back, but Hernandez can also play as a central defender and Bayern want to regenerate their squad.
Boateng allegedly wanted to be sold Bayern Niko Kovac’s care to give a place to young players or other players. Moreover, Bayern still have Javi Martinez who can also be lowered as a central defender in an emergency.
So, the area on Bayern’s back line has already been packed with players. Boateng is only the surplus the club wants to sell to get additional income. Boateng can play again in the Premier League or join other Bundesliga clubs.
Ex-Hertha Berlin, Hamburger SV and Manchester City players have won seven Bundesliga titles, four DFB-Pokals, four DFL Super Cups, one Champions League, European Super Cup, and Club World Cup. Plus the 2014 World Cup title with the German national team.
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