Bayern and an exit from the Bundesliga.
CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (63) did not deny on the Sky microphone that he had the 2016 legally examined: "I do not see any scandal. If such a request (for a European Super League, the Red.) Comes, it is my job to examine them and in the end to discuss it internally. "
Rummenigge does not want to know about a new Super League plan reported by the "Spiegel": "We have no knowledge of it, much less have we participated in any talks. This is out of the question for us. We are absolutely in favor of the competitions organized by Uefa. "
What does the league say?
Hannover manager Horst Heldt (48): "If the Bayern want to go, then they should go. If they realize at some point that it is not so great, then they can come back and have to start again in the 4th league. The national league is still the salt in the soup. I think for the tenth time in a row Bayern against Barcelona would not be fun for people, and that's what it's all about. "
Eintracht Marketing Director Axel Hellmann (47): "We have to be careful how we deal with the brand and the product Bundesliga. When I see what plans are made, that's an extreme game with the fire. "
Nuremberg Manager Andreas Bornemann (47): "With the ever-increasing internationalization that is not surprising that a club like Bayern deals with something like that. However, I believe that you cut your own flesh when a club really turns its back on the national league. "
BVB boss Hans-Joachim Watzke (59): "It is clear that as BVB – and this also applies to Bayern – we have to check options. If I did not, people would ask: Are they sleeping? Borussia Dortmund will not leave the Bundesliga for any competition on this planet. The Bundesliga is German cultural property, that is above all else. "
Leverkusen manager Rudi Voeller (58): "Do you seriously think that Bayern will leave the Bundesliga or Juventus will no longer play in Spain or Real in Spain? That will not come. "