The former Atlético de Madrid player was sentenced to six months in prison for breaking a mutual restraining order with his then sentimental partner, after a strong dispute between the two in 2017
The coach of the Bayern Munich, Julian Nagelsmannsaid the French defender Lucas Hernandez is in his plans for the next two games, despite the Problems that he has before the Spanish justice that demands that he present himself until October 19 to enter prison.
“I have seen normal. He has trained well and is in my plans for the next two games. If he does not have health problems he will play,” said Nagelsmann.
The Bayern plays on Sunday against Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga and on Wednesday October 20 in Lisbon against Belgium.
A Madrid court ordered Lucas Hernández to be put in prison on Wednesday for being a repeat offender in crimes related to sexist violence, reported the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid (TSJM).
Hernández must appear the next day 19 before the Spanish justice to attend to that prison order. You must state where you want to enter to serve your sentence, which should theoretically occur ten days later.
The former player of the Atlético de Madrid He was sentenced to six months in prison for breaking a mutual restraining order with his then sentimental partner, after a strong dispute between the two in 2017.
Shortly after they reconciled and went on their honeymoon, despite those distancing measures still in force.