The president of the Bayern Munich Board of Directors, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, said he does not believe that Super league solve the economic problems of European clubs and that the way is to work in solidarity in reducing costs.
“I don’t think the Super League is going to solve the economic problems of the European clubs derived from the coronavirus,” he said Rummenigge. “Rather, all the clubs Europe they should work in solidarity to ensure that the cost structure, especially player salaries and agent fees, match revenue to make all of European football more rational, “he added.
Rummenigge also noted that “the FC Bayern has not participated in the planning of a Super league“.” We are convinced that the current model of football guarantees a serious base. The FC Bayern welcomes the reforms of the Champions League because we believe that it is the right step for the development of European football. The modified preliminary round will contribute to generating more tension and excitement in the competition, “he added.