Bayern Munich’s German national team goalkeeper Manuel Neuer (37) is facing a penalty of 2 billion won.

According to major German media such as ‘Bild’ on the 11th (Korean time), Bayern is considering imposing the highest fine on Neuer, who has recently been interviewed without the club’s consent and openly criticized internal policy. The amount that came out through the local media reached 1.6 million euros. It is about 2.17 billion won in Hanwha. Neuer has an annual salary of 20 million euros (27.1 billion won). 메이저놀이터

After the World Cup in Qatar last year, Neuer suffered a fracture in his right leg while skiing on vacation and was out for the season. Since 2011, for over 10 years, the club has been embarrassed by his unexpected injury, which has been guarding the back door of Bayern.

Bayern, which is called the German Bundesliga’s first round, is leading with 40 points (11 wins, 7 draws, 1 loss) as of this season, but there is a large gap between 2nd place Union Berlin (39 points) and 3rd place Borussia Dortmund (37 points). not.

In a troubled situation, Neuer once again fell out of favor with the club. In a recent media interview, he openly criticized the club for sacking goalkeeper coach Tony Taparovich, who coached him, saying it was an “incomprehensible decision.”

Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn was outraged after hearing this remark, and it is known that many officials at the club criticized Neuer’s behavior. Director Julian Nagelsmann is acting as a mediator, but the conflict between Neuer and Bayern seems to be gradually growing.

In this situation, it remains to be seen whether Bayern will pull out a real ‘fine bomb’.

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