Since November 1 this year, a law has been in force in Germany whereby employers can refuse to pay wages to employees who are not vaccinated against the coronavirus. Bayern Munich has decided not to pay wages to players who have not taken the vaccine and are currently under compulsory quarantine. I am talking specifically about Joshua Kimmich, Jamal Musiali, Eric-Maxime Choupo-Motingu, Mickael valuable, and Serge Gnabry.
Media: Players can go to court with Bayern. They are demanding payment of wages
The German TV channel Sport1 reports that Bayern Munich’s unvaccinated players are dissatisfied and at the same time surprised by the decision of the club’s authorities. The decision to withhold salaries by Bayern authorities for unvaccinated players was supposed to put pressure on them and force them to change their mind. Some players consider taking appropriate legal steps and going to court.
Joshua Kimmich was quarantined a second time. On Tuesday, November 16, he completed his first isolation after coming into contact with an infected Niklas Suele. Musiala, Gnabry, Mazance and Choupo-Moting have in turn been placed in quarantine after contacting Marco Neppe, technical director of Bayern Munich. Additionally, the aforementioned Suele and Josip Stanisić are struggling with COVID-19.
Bayern Munich will have to do without Dayot Upamecano, who is suspended for an excess of yellow cards, in the next game. The game Bayern – Dynamo Kiev in the fifth round of the Champions League group stage will take place on Tuesday 23 November at 18:45. Live coverage on Sport.pl and in the Sport.pl LIVE mobile application.