The spats between Barcelona and Bayern Munich are still going on and on and show no sign of easing up following Robert Lewandowski’s move from Bavaria to Catalonia.
This time it was the turn of Hasan Salihamidzic, sporting director of the Munich club, who had words for Joan Laporta and Lewandowski after the Polish international had criticised Bayern’s handling of his exit.
“The club tried to find arguments to sell me to another club,” Lewandowski told ESPN earlier this week.
“Maybe the fans and I had to accept that even though a lot of false nonsense was said about me.”
From the German side, Salihamidzic responded and made it clear that the relationship between the club and their former striker is not a good one.
“I don’t understand it at all,” Salihamidzic told Bild TV.
“My father taught me that when you leave, you never close the door with your backside. Robert is on his way to achieving that.”
At the Allianz Arena they are annoyed by the player’s behaviour and the way in which he departed.
“It’s something Bayern don’t accept,” Salihamidzic said.
“I will talk to Laporta when we meet next time.”
Salihamidzic appeared to be blaming Laporta for the way in which Lewandowski forced his exit.