Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness blasts German media for 'disrespectful reporting'

Could Arsene Wenger be about to replace Niko Kovac at Bayern Munich

Could Arsene Wenger be about to replace Niko Kovac at Bayern Munich

German champion Bayern Munich has hit out against the media for what they call "derogatory, slanderous reporting" of the club's recent struggles - and even threatened to take legal action if necessary.

That prompted Bayern to hold two Friday news conferences, one with coach Niko Kovac and the other with Hoeness, CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic.

After winning the past six titles, the 28-time German champions are sixth in the Bundesliga and have not won their past four matches overall. Wenger, though, wants a head coach role at a big European club, with Bayern or Real the most reports.

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"I am lost for words [over] what I had to read about Manuel Neuer", Rummenigge said.

"If I have to read that our central defenders Mats Hummels and Jerome Boateng play "old men football" I would like to remind you of Article 1 of the Constitution, that the dignity of a person is unassailable". Polemics have no limit any more.

He has also been a key player for Unai Emery's Gunners so far this season, scoring twice in just 512 minutes of Premier League football. Thon, a skillful midfielder who played for Bayern from 1988-94 stood by his criticism. "We will not accept any disrespectful and irreverent criticism anymore".

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Back in July, Hoeness said that "Ozil has being playing sh*t for years." when asked about the player's retirement after the World Cup.

"On this very day, we decided that we will sell him because he almost cost us the Champions League and I would have loved to hear your statement on what bull-- he played". "Because he nearly cost us all the success in the Champions League".

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