Amin Younes (25, photo) has shown himself very self-critical after numerous negative headlines this year. "I take the responsibility for this," said the Confed Cup winner of 2017 in his first interview for months the German Press Agency.
At the same time, however, he denied being in breach of contract with his current club SSC Naples in January and VfL Wolfsburg in the summer. "It's not true." Likewise, it was "total nonsense" that he had not moved to Italy in the winter, because he had not liked the city or he had been approached by a mafioso on the street. This was reported by media in Italy and the Netherlands.
With respect to Wolfsburg had previously been reported that player and club had already agreed on a contract until 2022. The five-time German national player had therefore already signed before at Wolfsburg began a rethinking and the contract according to the "kicker" was dissolved again. The background should have been between Younes and Naples. The Italians claimed that the offensive had already contracted in the winter of the club. The national player contradicted this shortly after.
"I carry the consequences"
Younes seeks to blame for many events in the recent past but not others. "I am responsible for everything I do and I am responsible for the consequences. I've made mistakes, "he said," I trusted the wrong man, was naive. That's what I chalk to. Some people wanted to put fleas in my ear. And unfortunately I let them put me in. "
The Dusseldorf native described as saying that he refused to be brought in by Ajax Amsterdam's 4-1 win against Heerenveen in stoppage time in March as "my biggest mistake. You do not need to talk about it. That was wrong, the teammates and the club opposite. You do not do that, "said Younes, who did not play for Ajax afterwards.
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