The German champion and league leader Bayern Munich would rather not release his star players Robert Lewandowski and David Alaba in the coming international period for Poland and Austria respectively, to play international matches in the United Kingdom, Bayern coach Hansi Flick confirmed on Tuesday.
Due to the British variant of the corona virus, the club does not want to take any risks. In addition, the players should be quarantined upon their return to Germany. “We don’t want to take any risks in the first place,” said Flick. “If our players return after international obligations, we want them to join training as soon as possible. If a player has to be quarantined on return, the club is under no obligation to release him. But let’s wait: nothing has been decided at the moment. ”
Austria faces a move to Glasgow in Scotland on March 25, Poland has to look England in the eye six days later at Wembley.