The president of the Bayern Munich, Herbart Hainer, ruled out that the club make big signings for next season, having secured the services of the French defender Dayot upamecano.
“People should not underestimate the repercussions of coronavirus and although we have come out comparatively well off the crisis has also left its mark, “he said Hainer in an interview with the website of the Bayern.
“Outside Dayot upamecano no other big signings are possible. We have signed Omar RichardsIn addition, seven players return who were on loan, “he added.
Hainer considered that, in addition, “the quality of the workforce is so great that no other big signings“.
As president of the club, Hainer he is also president of the Supervisory Council, a body that must approve any disbursement of more than 25 million euros.
The spending initiative is held by the Board of Directors, whose presidency will assume Oliver Kahn on July 1, to relieve Karlheinz Rummenigge.
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