After Real Madrid recently won the Champions League, FC Bayern Munich ex-boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge expressed wistfulness. After all, two former players of the record champions are under contract with the Spaniards.

Looking back: After Real Madrid’s Champions League victory, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, former CEO of FC Bayern Munich, is once again aware of the stars that the record champions have already lost to the royal team. The 66-year-old emphasized to “Bild TV” that he very much regretted the free transfer of David Alabas in 2021. It is obvious that “this part” is missing in the team.

Earlier farewell: In addition to the loss of Alabas, Rummenigge is also thinking back to Toni Kroos, who switched from Bayern in 2014. However, the 32-year-old did “everything right”, at the same time the Munich team “didn’t do everything wrong either”. The club “received a good fee” so that both parties can be satisfied.

Common ground: Alaba is celebrating success for the third time by winning the premier class (after 2013 and 2020 with Bayern), while Kroos draws level with Cristiano Ronaldo with five titles.

Short, compact, clear

With his statements at a press conference in Poland, Robert Lewandowski made it clear that he wants to leave FC Bayern this summer. Those responsible for the record champions have only one choice: they have to give up the Poles. A comment.