At FC Bayern, the fact that Niklas Süle apparently missed the last competitive game before moving to BVB on Saturday. The long-time club boss Uli Hoeneß is also bothered by the behavior of the outgoing defender.

“That doesn’t speak for the player. We always talk about appreciation. Niklas Süle certainly did not show them to the club. I found this campaign catastrophic,” the long-time Bayern patriarch rumbled on Sunday on the sidelines of the master celebrations of the Munich.

As coach Julian Nagelsmann had explained, he originally wanted to compete with players at VfL Wolfsburg on Saturday who will also play for the record champions in the coming season.

Nevertheless, he offered Süle a place in the squad after Marcel Sabitzer injured himself in the final training. “We asked him, still with it, but he said, rather because he hadn’t prepared for it now. That’s why we left him at home,” said Nagelsmann, who, looking at Süle, from a “difficult Feeling situation “spoke.

Hoeneß questions motifs for BVB change

It was only the last noise in a separation that had caused a sensation again and again in the previous months. Süles advisor had repeatedly justified his farewell idea that the player did not feel sufficiently valued at the Isar.

Hoeneß immediately used the reason on Sunday to communicate his opinion on this. He rejected the presentation that Süle was only about recognition. Instead, he sees financial motives rather than driving force behind its change. “The fairy tale that he earns less in Dortmund than in Munich can all forget,” raged Hoeneß.

The long -time Munich CEO Karl -Heinz Rummenigge also responded sharply to the allegation of the lack of appreciation: “Estimate is a unit called Euro – nothing else.”