When Niklas Süle announced his surprise move to Borussia Dortmund, former Bayern boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge called Munich’s best central defender this season a “useful player”. An affront that still concerns Süle.
More than “useful”: After leaving Munich for Dortmund, Niklas Süle (26) wants to straighten out a few things with FC Bayern in “Sport-Bild”. “I think I was able to show that with 14 titles I could play my part in FC Bayern’s successful history,” says the national player in reference to Rummenigge’s statement.
Flick’s trust: Süle reports on his mood after his serious injury in 2020: “I came in in the 25th minute of the Champions League final against Paris after a cruciate ligament tear. Hansi Flick placed his trust in me as a coach. I didn’t feel this trust at all levels in the club.”
No appreciation: Süle continues: “At the time I quickly noticed: Okay, you have a certain standing in the team, with the club employees and the fans – I didn’t feel it from the club management.” ‘ or ‘settlement’, Süle doesn’t want his words to be understood: ‘I just want to explain how I felt. At that time, I just noticed that I lacked the appreciation and wanted to do something new.”
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