Bayern president reiterated his rejection of the Super League
El Chairman of the Board Bayern Munich, Karl Heinz Rummenigge, Reiterated its rejection Super Rigg, He thought it was a mistake, and at the same time, he was right Juventus de Turin, Andrea AgnelliAnd show that he is willing to work with Real Madrid, Florentino Perez.
Rummenigge (Rummenigge) will give up the position of Oliver Kahn (Oliver Kahn) within 8 months, he said in an interview published by the newspaper “L’Équipe” this Friday, in his 65-year-old life In, he experienced everything in the football world, “I have never had such an incredible week, full of so much fear” how.
The German leader said: “Logically, all club leaders have been disappointed in Andrea (Agnelli) in recent days.” He added, “The important thing is, All twelve clubs admitted to making a mistake quickly. “
In addition, for Rummenigge, the key is that “almost everyone has corrected it.”
The Bayern manager believes that the Superliga project is “a news for help, a desperate message, especially for clubs in southern Europe.”The link between their financial difficulties and the consequences of the pandemic“.
He stated that he and Florentino Pérez“Don’t forget you are Responsible for the most famous club in the world“I hope he can accept the dialogue initiated by the UEFA president, Aleksander Ceferin.
Rummenigge admits that some interest has been lost in the first stage of the Champions League and believes The new formula proposed by UEFA from 2024, The company denied that it could be proposed for two years for “legal and commercial reasons.”
This new formula “will enable us to experience stronger emotions” because it foreshadows “The suspense and difficulties of the club, including the favorites“.
“If we said Not participating in the Super League This is because we are completely satisfied with the Champions League and we will not forget our responsibility to the fans, Those who oppose this reform“, he promised.
He expressed rejection of his club, Paris Saint-Germain and Dortmund The Super League “sent a very strong signal” to reject the project.