Bayern Munich If You Want Champions League Champion Again
Bayern Munich have to rival their rivals in Europe financially if they want to win the Champions League again, according to their legend Stefan Effenberg Agen Sbobet Terpercaya.
Former FC Hollywood captain Effenberg believes that Neymar’s transfer from Barcelona to PSG with a transfer value of 222 million Euros indicates that the Bundesliga champions are one level below their European rivals.
PSG redeemed the release clause of Neymar in his contract with Barcelona last week. Transfer Neymar managed to break the transfer record previously held by Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Recruitment Neymar as a form of real change Les Parisiens for their failure to embrace the domestic trophy and Champions League last season. Management moves quickly to realize Unai Emery’s passion.
Meanwhile, Bayern themselves also broke their own transfer record in June when recruiting Lyon midfielder Corentin Tolisso with a transfer value reached 41.5 million Euros.
Distance with elite club stretch
The Bavarian giants last won the Champions League in 2013, but Effenberg said Bayern should start competing with rivals in Europe on the financial side if they want to win in the European arena.
Effenberg said: “It will not be easy for Bayern, a little bit upside down. You see how other teams are developing when 222 million euros are invested for Neymar. ”
“Paris is currently into the Champions League favorites. They are hungry and have other options. ”
“If Uli Houness (Bayern president) then tells the public ‘no, we are not ready to spend money’, but what happens next, the distance between clubs with others is growing.”
Asked whether he would be surprised if Bayern did not win the Champions League within a decade, Effenberg replied: “No, I will not be surprised. This is the result of a redeemed release clause. ”
“You have Paris, Barcelona, Real Madrid and also English clubs with their capacity. If Bayern does not do that, the distance will continue to be big and big. And even now it is already a great distance, “he concluded. (Source: KickOff)