According to the German daily
, Bayern Munich have fired one of its employees, a historic club storekeeper, after comments deemed racist made against Eric-Maxime Choupo-Moting and Serge Gnabry.
For now, the Bavarian club has not officially confirmed this dismissal.
During a visit to the club's training center with his daughter, the man in question allegedly said to her: “People like these, avoid bringing them home.
These remarks, heard by other Bayern employees and reported to management, would then have been deemed racist by the leaders, who would not have been slow to react by dismissing the storekeeper.
It is not the first time that the German club has faced such a situation internally.
In August 2020, a coach at the training center was fired after being accused of racism towards several young players.
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