The "Mesut Özil" case still leaves the boss of Bayern, Uli Hoeneß, still no peace. "If Jogi Löw had driven to Arsenal more often, he would not have nominated Ozil for sporting reasons," the 66-year-old complained again in the "Sky" football interview with Jörg Wontorra in the direction of the Legionnaire of England.
In general, Hoeneß is not only happy with the development of the German national team. "There was not a single date for public training in the preparatory camp, but that is not possible," says the world champion of 1974. "People want to see their heroes and we have a public training session every day for the fans."
"Collect money to buy something bigger"
When Hoeneß talks about his Bavaria, he makes a statement with a statement. "At the moment we are collecting some money to buy something bigger next year", he reveals. The transfer fee of 42 million euros for real-time player James Rodriguez, whose purchase is considered a fixed agreement, he will not have meant. Even though he knows, "it's not the ones who spend the most money who win the most."
In addition, Hoeneß admits that he had available offers for "150 million euros" for striker Robert Lewandoswski. "But we decided not to do it, except Sandro Wagner we have no other center in front, and especially no one who can score 30 goals."
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