‘I don’t know if Pep knows everything that goes on in his club’: Bayern Munich chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Pep Guardiola is wrong to think Leroy Sane will be staying at Man City
- Bayern Munich chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge had some words for Pep Guardiola
- He suggested that Guardiola ‘doesn’t know everything that goes on in his club’
- Bayern Munich are in pursuit of Leroy Sane but Guardiola thinks he will stay
Pep Guardiola recently said he expects Leroy Sane to be staying at Manchester City this summer, however Bayern Munich chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said he ‘doesn’t know everything that goes on in his club.’
Bayern have been targeting the German winger but Pep Guardiola’s recent comments seem to be warning them off.
According to The Sun, the German club’s chairman said: ‘I do not want to submit any water level reports. If there is something to announce, then we will do that. But that’s not so far.’
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has had strong words for Pep Guardiola
He has suggested that Pep Guardiola ‘doesn’t know what’s going on’ at Manchester City
‘I do not know if Pep knows everything that goes on in his club,’ Rummenigge continued. ‘No idea. Let’s wait.’
Leroy Sane has two years left on his contract, but City have so far failed in their attempts to tie him down to a new deal.
‘The club made him an offer last year,’ Guardiola said. ‘We want people happy to be here. We are going to help him to the best we know how, (to realise) his potential.
The pair are becoming embroiled in a war of words over the future of winger Leroy Sane
‘The desire to have him to be with us is always there. I spoke to the club 10 times (to say) that I want people here to be happy, if they don’t want, they go.’
He also added that he knows it is hard for players like Leroy Sane to sit out of games because of the depth of talent that Manchester City have.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge’s latest comments suggest that Bayern Munich are closer to a deal for Leroy Sane than Pep Guardiola either realises, or is willing to let on.
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