FC Bayern: Transfer criticism? Thomas Müller explained, and now wants to silence

Munich – On Sunday morning, Thomas Müller had to say, but then again, what the actual, alleged side-show at FC Bayern. "Before something is wide, stepped, w

FC Bayern: Transfer criticism? Thomas Müller explained, and now wants to silence

Munich – On Sunday morning, Thomas Müller had to say, but then again, what the actual, alleged side-show at FC Bayern.

"Before something is wide, stepped, what corresponds to the truth, I wanted to make this clear," said the Bayern Star in a nearly two and a half minute video statement on Twitter. He referred to the discussion of his statements after the Cup semi-final against Frankfurt last Wednesday.

Mueller had referred to an Interview question according to the urgency of Top-of-the Transfers as "a bit of a paradox", "if we always talk about new additions and at the same time, salaries will be saved".

Müller: salary statement was misunderstood

On the, in his view, inaccurate media reports, he replied that there was no internal dispute over the waiver of Salary in case of simultaneous planning of expensive Transfers. "We have refused from all the other reasons on our salary for our employees."

Rather to have annoyed him, "that I was asked to a Cup semi-final". He also expressed his incomprehension that the media shall be done, as if the Top Transfers in the range of 50 to 100 million euros, "we need absolutely to cope with a snap of the fingers would be."

"triple unravelled"- a rebuke of Hasan Salihamidzic

That his statements were not, however, been interpreted only by observers, but also the Association internally different, is shown by the fact that both coach Hansi Flick as well as sports Director Hasan Salihamidzic were urged to give to the public is counterproductive. Salihamidzic had attested Müller on Saturday on the edge of the 2:1-victory against Gladbach public to have "a little twist" unravelled. Flick said: "There will be Transfers, even if we dispense with content. This is quite normal."

The 30-year-old media professional, Muller decided to take his criticism of the debate with a promise to say nothing more on the subject and - classic-müller table - "to want, easy peasy in the future" look.

This article was written by AZ

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Updated Date: 14 June 2020, 16:26

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