Bayern monachium. The players are scaring the club with the court. It was about vaccinations. Coronavirus

Niklas Suele received a positive test for the presence of the coronavirus even before the national break. Therefore Joshua Kimmich, Serge Gnabry, Eric Choupo-Moting and Jamal Musiala had to undergo mandatory quarantine. According to the newspaper “Bild” Bayern Munich authorities made a decisionunder which unvaccinated players of the Bavarian team will not be paid for the period they spend in isolation.

In addition to the aforementioned four in Bayern’s team, Michael Maisance is still unvaccinated, but he had no contact with an infected Suele and therefore avoided quarantine. According to the German daily, the Bayern authorities can save up to PLN 750,000 on this decision. euro.

They prefer to go to court than get vaccinated

The authorities hope that in this way the players will change their mind and vaccinate themselves against COVID-19to avoid similar financial losses in the future. However, the latest reports from the German media indicate that footballers have a slightly different view of the situation. According to Sport1, Bayern players will want to go to court in this case.

Sport1 indicates that the situation will lead to even greater tensions in the locker room. According to information provided by the station’s journalists, the players affected by the recent decision of Bayern authorities want to take legal action against the club.

Bayern did not present themselves well in the last game and lost 1: 2 against Augsburg, whose goal is played by Rafał Gikiewicz. Bayern’s next match will be played on Tuesday, November 23 as part of the UEFA Champions League group stage, and his opponent will be Dynamo Kiev.


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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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