Bayern Munich manager, Niko Kovac has confirmed that the club would not be dealing out any punishments to Robert Lewandowski or Kingsley Coman for fighting in the club training ground.
The players were involved in an altercation during the Thursday session, punches were reportedly thrown at each other. While the reason behind the fallout has not been revealed yet, Kovac said that the players had ”apologized for their behaviour” after ”it came to fisticuffs” between them.
The Bayern head coach spoke to both the players and said ”there is no fine because the boys were reasonable” and joked that ”you can also see it positively – we’re alive.”
Much have been made about Robert Lewandowski’s supposed interests in leaving the Bundesliga giant for the past year. Plenty of reports have linked him with a move to Chelsea and Liverpool recently.
However, such a rumour was dismissed last time with claims over the striker’s desire to leave reported to be untrue. Lewandowski is still the consistent scoring threat that he has been since his move to the Allianz from Borussia Dortmund.
The Polish international has 21 league goals in 27 matches while Coman has 3 in 15. Both players are very important to the team’s attacking lineup.
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