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Mueller not ruling out Bayern exit

13 Septembre 2017

Bayern were humbled 2-0 at Hoffenheim on Saturday to leave the defending champions in the lowly position of sixth in the German league. "I have to speak with him about the strategy for the match against Anderlecht".

"I am sorry for what Lewandowski said".

Bayern Munich have won two, drawn one, and lost one of their four previous meetings with Anderlecht, although both came over nine years ago.

In a revealing interview with one of Germany's leading publications, Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski spoke bluntly about modern-day football, foreign tours and Bayern's transfer policy. Whilst Lewandowski's remarks were certainly out of order - after all, he's a footballer, paid just to play and not to offer his opinions on the business dealings of his employers, they certainly are not without reason and certainly are not invalid.

"Lewandowski's contract expires in 2021 and unfortunately for him, there is no release clause".

Last season the Munichers finished in the first place of the Bundesliga and thereby got a direct ticket to the group stage of the Champions League.

"Regrettably his agent often is his "Spiritus Rector" [guiding light]".

But Ancelotti saw no need to readdress the situation as he chose to focus on the club's Champions League opener against Anderlecht during his press conference on Monday morning.

We have long maintained a serious and successful philosophy and have achieved great success with it.

"We have won all national and worldwide titles possible over the past five years. Other people have tried in vain to buy titles".

Rummenigge, who was talking to German publication BILD, proceeded to hit out at striker Lewandowski, criticizing his long-time ambition to join Real Madrid.

'Whoever publicly criticises the club or his team-mates will get in trouble with me personally. "I am used to being criticised, but to be honest it is too much".

"It must not be harmful to the club".

Paris St Germain flexed their attacking muscles with a 5-0 victory at Celtic, as the world's most expensive frontline produced a potent display of force. "The game was under control; in general I am satisfied".

Mueller not ruling out Bayern exit