Bayern: Hoeneß regrets verbal attack Juan Bernat

Bayern: Hoeneß regrets verbal attack Juan Bernat

The Bayern president finds conciliatory words for the defender criticized. He also has an opinion on the Football Leaks revelations.

Uli Hoeness regrets his verbal derailment of the former Bayern professional Juan Bernat. "I would not make one or the other word I needed, which I was very sorry to have insulted Juan Bernat for playing in a game, which I would not do again," said the FC president Bayern Munich after the 2: 0 victory of the German champions against AEK Athens in the Champions League.

Hoeness had the summer delivered Bernat in a memorable press conference of the Munich club leadership about three weeks ago to have played in the Champions League match against Sevilla last season "a shit". After that, it was clear that they wanted to part with the 25-year-olds.

Meanwhile, the Spaniard plays at Paris Saint-Germain, for the Bernat on Tuesday in the Champions League at 1-1 in Naples scored the opening goal. "I noticed with great pleasure that he can still score goals," Hoeneß said. The much criticized press conference he would "essentially do so again," said the 66-year-old Hoeness. "The story last weekend at mirror proved that it was urgently needed. "

The news magazine had reported on new plans for a European Super League, in which also Bayern plays a role. The Munich announce themselves, however, to the Bundesliga and the existing European Cup competitions under the umbrella of UEFA. The plans were "the FC Bayern neither known nor have the FC Bayern participated in negotiations," said the German record champions.

With Bavarian realities to Dortmund

After a meager 2-0 win against Athens Uli Hoeneß surprised with his own view of the situation of Bayern. The pros go into the top match on Saturday with mixed feelings.

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