TOO MANY VOICES IN THE BAYERN
James Rodríguez finds his first wrap in Munich
Published:19/07/2017 - 16:40h
Updated:19/07/2017 - 16:40h
Some days after his arrival and without having hardly raised the voice, James Rodríguez already has found his first wrap in the Bayern of Munich. Mathias Sammer, ex sportive director Bavarian, does not want that the Colombian remove him the place to Thomas Müller
The Bayern of Munich is one of the best clubs of Europe, but the Allianz Sand is not an easy place where play, and if no that they say it to him to James Rodríguez. The Colombian finish to land in the Bundesliga pertinent of the Real Madrid, and at all more arrive already has found a conflict in the mediático surroundings of the Bavarian club.
Hoeness, Rummenigge, Beckenbauer... The cúpula managerial of the German group is full of ex stars, and his right to think and the weight of his statements has caused more than a problem to the champion germano. The last in altering the calm has been Mathias Sammer, ex sportive director muniqués, that has criticised the signing of the cafetero because it could occupy the gap of a symbol of the club, Thomas Müller.
"Thomas Müller is an idol, is the soul and the future of the Bayern and this is something that the club has to understand. Probably for Carlo the type of player that represents Müller is something new. In James instead see some limitation, do not see that it was so polifacético like him", has thought the ex director.
In spite of everything, Carlo Ancelotti has not left intimidate by the usual intromisiones that produce in the Bayern, and does some days already warned that "James does not arrive to substitute to anybody, but to have a team of greater quality", anticipating to the clouds that avecinaban after his request.
A lot of girlfriends
The possible conflict in the breast of the Bayern of Munich has raised a lot of interest in the market of signings, and is that until four teams have asked after the situation of Thomas Müller. The Juventus, the Liverpool, Chelsea and the Arsenal would follow closely the steps of the international German, to the that could offer a square if finally it decided to abandon the Bundesliga.