Alarm at a Bayern talking about PSG and the Premier League


Herbert Hainer (68) He is always clear when he speaks. The former CEO of Adidas, now president of Bayern Munichhas been forceful in public when he gave his opinion on the ‘tug of war’ with Robert Lewandowski before signing for Barça or when he expressed himself about the mess with a Neuer who criticized the club for dispensing with the goalkeeping coach.

And today it will not be an exception with regard to the complex situation of European clubs and the unfair competition generated by some billionaire investor-owners, as in the case of PSG and some Premier League clubs. Hainer is worried about Bayern’s future.

“Tracking is especially difficult for a club like Bayern Munich in these circumstances,” Hainer told ‘Kicker’ magazine. The president hopes that a new UEFA regulation will provide greater financial equality. “The success of this regulation depends on how strict the penalties are, regardless of the club. It is especially important that the rules are clear.”

He said a recent conversation with UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin gave him confidence. “I think everyone realizes that football cannot continue like this. We need fair competition.” Hainer is concerned about the Bundesliga’s declining revenue. “It is important for the Bundesliga that the clubs continue to perform, but for that you need good players. If Bayern runs out of money, we cannot attract the best players. Then we become unattractive to fans, who want to see the stars.”

Source: La Verdad


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