Real Madrid will have to pull hard if they stand any chance of landing top summer targets David Alaba and Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munch.
The Bavarian club’s executive director, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, insists that the German champions have no intention of letting go of the players. “The door’s closed. No player will leave Bayern against our will,” said Rummenigge in an interview being published with Sport Bild tomorrow.
Transfer policy made clear
Rummenigge made the club’s transfer policy clear: “We’ve got a good relationship with Real Madrid as we do with Barcelona. But since 2008 it’s been known around Europe that we don’t sell players that we don’t want to sell.”
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