"Sign Haaland? We have the best in that position."

Rummenigge, chairman of Bayern's board of directors, underlines that the Bavarian club has no interest in signing the Norwegian striker from Dortmund.


Bayern Munich has no interest in signing Erling Haaland. This is what Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, president of the Bavarian club's board of directors, underlines in an interview with the Sport Bild newspaper. From the point of view of the Munich boss, there would be no need to look for a forward because he would already have the best nine in the world who, in addition, would have many years of football at the highest level left in his boots: Robert Lewandowski.

“I don't know where the rumors come from. All I can say is that we have the best footballer in the world in this position. Robert Lewandowski has a contract until 2023 and I am convinced that, taking into account his professionalism, how he trains and takes care of his body, it will not be his end here ", said Rummenigge, settling all kinds of rumors about a possible approach of the sextete champion to Haaland in the future.

It was Bayern coach Hansi Flick who had recently caused a stir by explaining that it couldn't be ruled out that a club like the Allianz Arena would go after Haaland at some point. Nor would it be the first time that the German ocean liner has fished in the ranks of its eternal rival, who was snatched by players such as Lewandowski, Hummels or Götze in the past. But this time, Rummenigge made it clear, it will not be the case. Lewy is worth more to him than the Norwegian.

Photos from as.com
Powered by Blogger.