Jerome Boateng has to go. Coach Hansi Flick doesn’t seem to like the fact that Bayern Munich has not kept a double triple winner.
Munich – Jerome Boateng’s time at Bayern Munich is coming to an end. That reports KickerAccordingly, the record holder made a final decision not to extend the 32-year-old’s expiring contract after ten years in Munich. The aforementioned decision has already been approved by the Supervisory Board and Boateng’s advisor has been informed, so that the world champion and two-time winner of the CL can look for a new club in the summer. Or maybe not?
Flick on Boateng: “Tremendous quality” – Bayern’s decision against the coach’s will?
When Hanse Flick was asked about the staff on Tuesday, the head coach of the Munich team wasn’t entertaining at all. The soccer teacher explained once again: “Everyone knows how I feel about Jerome.” “Everyone knows what their quality is. He plays a very good season and he did that last season. He is very focused on his job and he is his best basis for a good performance. For a coach, it is always good to have experienced and quality players.”
Bayern Munich: French Revolution after Boateng Os – three citizens and two Canadians Davis on the defensive
If Boateng leaves, there will be a French revolution in Munich’s line of defense. In the right-wing defense, the Frenchman Benjamin Pavard, who can and wants to play in the center of defense, has been appointed. Countryman Dayot Upamecano, recorded by RB Leipzig, is planned there from summer. Since David Alaba – unlike Spezl Boateng – says goodbye voluntarily, his position in the center of left defense (another Alaba replacement will come) will take over Lucas Hernández, who is also the French world champ. And back to the left? The works of Alfonso Davis from Canada, where French is second to all official languages after English! Will goalkeeper Manuel Neuer have to attend a French language course soon?
The French Connection at Bayern Munich: Pavard still wants to speak German
Barely, after all, the French Connection, which also includes Bouna Sarr, Tanguy Nianzou, Corentin Tolisso and Kingsley Coman, is well integrated. Pavard: “Other languages are also spoken in this area,” said the 25-year-old. “We are in Germany, which is why we want to speak German as well.”
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