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Hoeness warns that the fans are finished with high transfer fees

Hoeness warns that the fans are finished with high transfer fees

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness fears that the extremely high transferbedragen this summer on the table fly can make sure that fans are going to turn away from the football.

“To be quite honest: I can’t find a single player in the world, 100 million euros worth,” says the 65-year-old Hoeness on Wednesday Sport Bild. “Even if I had the money, I wouldn’t do it. That would really be a waste of money.”

Neymar in this summer, raising the bar for transfer fees in football were significantly increased by 222 million euros from FC Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain.

The Spanish club took the 20-year-old Frenchman Ousmane Démbélé for a minimum of 105 million euros and a maximum of 147 million euros as a successor to Borussia Dortmund.

The world record stood until the current transfer in the name of Paul Pogba, who last year, for 105 million euros from Juventus to Manchester United moved.

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Historical transferbedragen in football

Careful

“We have gotten to the point where we need to be very careful”, refers Hoeness, who, after an imprisonment of two years for tax fraud since last year november, Bayern president, on football in general.

“It is time to go back to the correct proportions on the transfer list. Because there comes a time when the measure is full, for the fans. We have long been afraid of agents and players, but we must say: enough is enough.”

Recordtransfer

Bayern did this summer four miljoenentransfers. Midfielder Corentin Tolisso came to 41.5 million euros from Olympique Lyon, a record for the German recordkampioen.

Furthermore, they also attracted Kingsley Coman (21 million euro), Niklas Süle (20 million euro) and Serge Gnabry (8 million euros) to South-Germany. James Rodriguez is for 13 million euros, rented of Real Madrid.

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