Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting has been linked with a departure from FC Bayern for Qatar in the past few days. His adviser has a clear opinion on this.

Reports wrong: Roger Wittmann (62), advisor to Bayern player Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (33), has clearly denied media reports about a change in the striker. “The reports are far-fetched,” said the agent on Sunday on “Bild TV”.

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Choupo-Moting stays: Wittmann adds: “There is no reason to say or write that. He’s staying with Bayern.” Choupo-Moting is taking on the position of backup for Robert Lewandowski, the world footballer who is willing to change. Last season, the native of Hamburg played 25 competitive games and scored nine goals.

Sabitzer should also stay: Wittmann’s other client Marcel Sabitzer should also stay at Bayern, even if he “played an extremely bad year” and is only a reservist under coach Julian Nagelsmann. Whether the people of Munich see it that way remains to be seen. It is speculated that the champions would give up Sabitzer if an offer of around 15 million euros came in.