Chairman of the Board of Bavaria is concerned with the ways of English clubs to find the new Messi

The Chairman of the Board of Bavaria, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said he believes it is highly disturbing methods of English clubs in finding and signing young players.

“I’ve noticed that the representatives of the English teams watched the players range in age from 10 to 12 years. In addition, they convince these guys to go to their clubs, offering parents a large sum of money. It’s very disturbing to me.

We are ready to compete with the clubs in the EPL, but not at any price. Our scouts are now working more aggressively and we are ready to spend more money on a selection than before. But for us there remains one question: when will the time come to stay, even if the whole world is in search of a new Messi?“, – quoted Rummenigge ESPN US.

Earlier it was reported that the leader of Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski wants to leave the team at the end of the season.

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