Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn slammed the “cowardly” social media assaults on head coach Julian Nagelsmann, who obtained 450 demise threats by way of Instagram following their Champions League exit.
“What’s going on with individuals who ship nameless demise threats?” Kahn stated on a Sport1 speak present.
“There’s nothing extra cowardly than discrediting and belittling different folks anonymously.”
Kahn stated the membership are contemplating how one can “put a cease to” the form of abuse geared toward Nagelsmann after Bayern have been knocked out of the Champions League by Villarreal final week within the quarter-finals.
On Friday, Nagelsmann revealed he had obtained tons of of demise threats, and his mom was additionally threatened, within the wake of a 1-1 dwelling draw after shedding the primary leg in Spain.
Bayern are near securing a tenth straight Bundesliga title.
Kahn revealed the membership is in talks to persuade top-scoring striker Robert Lewandowski, 33, to increase his contract, which expires in 2023.
“We would like him to remain at FC Bayern for so long as potential,” added Kahn.
The Polish ahead has received back-to-back FIFA greatest male participant awards for the final two years.
His spouse Anna Lewandowski fuelled rumours her husband may depart Bayern, with Barcelona as a potential vacation spot, after posting that she is studying Spanish.
Kahn insists Lewandowski will play for Bayern subsequent season and discussions are ongoing.
The striker has received seven Bundesliga titles with Bayern and lifted the Champions League in 2020 as a part of the workforce which received the treble.
Kahn stated “it then takes longer to persuade” a participant to remain who has achieved a lot.
The Bayern boss dominated out signing Dortmund striker Erling Haaland as a potential successor to Lewandowski.
The entire value of signing Haaland can be “very distant from what we think about,” stated Kahn.