Bayern Munich raises the opponent’s weapon from salaries in the face of those who refuse to receive vaccinations

Press reports in Germany revealed that Bayern Munich decided to deduct part of the salaries of several players who were not vaccinated against Corona for the period they spent so far in quarantine.

And the German newspaper “Bild am Sonntag” reported today, Sunday, that the club’s presidency held a discussion in this regard last Thursday, and then notified the four players who are still in quarantine, of this decision.

And the newspaper indicated, according to sources in the Bavarian team, that the administration decided to deduct retroactively from the salaries of these players for the week of the stone.

According to the newspaper, there is a fifth player who is not vaccinated, but the club will not deduct from his salary because he did not have to go into stone.

The newspaper added that the Bavarian club officials want with this decision to send a signal and increase pressure so that the players receive the vaccination.

It was not possible to obtain a comment from the club on what the newspaper reported in its report.

International player Joshua Kimmich missed the Bayern match against Augsburg the day before yesterday, Friday, after he was forced to enter a stone again due to his contact with a person who tested positive for Corona virus infection.

It is certain that Kimmich, 26, will also miss Bayern’s match against Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League, which will be held on Tuesday.

Kimmich had confirmed a while ago that he had not taken the Corona vaccination because of his fear of the side effects of vaccination in the long run, which sparked great controversy in Germany, not only in the sports community, but also in politics.

The newspaper concluded its report by saying that it seems that Bayern will take measures other than the opponent, and said that it is possible for “unvaccinated players to train in isolation from their colleagues.”

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