The president of Bayern Munich criticized the entity for lifting the two-year sanction without playing in the Champions League, although he congratulated the English team.
The washing of the sanction to Manchester City, which prevented him from playing the Champions League For two years, it did not go down well in much of the world of football. The one who raised his voice this time was the president of Bayern Munich, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who said that the UEFA “He didn’t do a great job.”
“I think TAS’s final decision was the result of the UEFA responsible panel not doing a great job. What I heard from various sources was that it had not been well organized,” the manager said in dialogue with the Associated Press.
And regarding the Financial Fair Play, he added: “In the last 10 years, soccer has changed dramatically in terms of financial behavior, so we have to find different tools.”
In any case, Rummenigge congratulated City for releasing the sports sanction and referred to the agreement between Bayern and the citizen club for the transfer of Leroy Sané to the German champion for 60 million euros.
The president of the Bavarian institution believes that the Sané operation would have had a very different cost if it had been done before the pandemic, since the market “was affected by Covid-19”.
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