There must be tension this Wednesday inside Bayern Munich, since three of its figures received death threats through a letter, allegedly sent by fans of a rival club, about which more information is still unknown.
According to reports from the German newspaper Bild, the St. Pauli club, from the German second division, received the letter where a clear threat against three of the figures of the Bundesliga club is read.
“Save the league, save football, death and fire to the dirty pigs of Bayern”, is what the letter says, which mentions Robert Lewandowski, Manuel Neuer and Serge Gnabry.
Little is known yet about this letter and why it came to the second division club and not directly to those in Munich, but according to the newspaper, it was possibly because of the “philosophy” of their followers, those who care more ” values than victory”, although there is no explanation as to why they attack the current champion of the German first division.
The authorities already have this letter in their possession and are conducting the relevant investigation. Until now Neither the club nor the German soccer federation have issued any statements in this regard.
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich is already in Salzburg, where this Wednesday they will face Red Bull Salzburg in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16.
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