Bayern Munich's CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has apologized for the apparently failed communication with traded as a trainee candidate Arsene Wenger.
"I think we've misunderstood each other, I'm sorry, we'll call and clean things up in the not-too-distant future, I'm not interested in being stressed out with him."
Wenger had previously rejected reports of a refusal of Bayern and held the record champions indiscretion. The Munich had said on Thursday, Wenger (70) have called Rummenigge and showed interest in the vacant coaching position – but the club had given a cancellation. Wenger clearly opposed this presentation.
Wenger: "My name came from nowhere"
"My name came from nowhere," said the long-time team manager of Arsenal FC on Friday in an interview beIN Sports, "On Wednesday, Rummenigge called me, I called back in courtesy, we talked for four or five minutes, maximum, and he reported that they signed Flick for the next two games," he said.
Rummenigge asked "if I'm interested because they're looking for a coach, I said I did not even think about it, it took me some time to think, and together we decided to speak next week because I was in Doha, "Wenger said," That's the real story. "
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