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The Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness again expressed his opinion in respect of the bombastic amounts paid for transfers in recent years.
Last summer, Manchester United broke the record wtih buying Paul Pogba from Juventus for 105 million euros, but Paris Saint-Germain re-wrote history, attracting Neymar from Barcelona for the cosmic 222 million euros.
And while Barca got Ousmane Dembele from Borussia Dortmund for around 150 million euros in bonuses, it is the record of 41.5 million euros which Bayern paid to Olympique Lyonnais for Korenten Toliso.
`I do not want to pay 100 million euros for a single player, even if I had it. This is money down the drain. Such a question is not on the agenda. There is no player in this world who is worth 100 million euros.`, said Hoeness to the media.
`At the moment the situation is an endless game, in which players earn. I have no idea what will happen in the future. But now we have reached a point where we have to be careful. Because there will come a moment in which the viewers would get tired. It is time the amount to return to the reality.`, commented Hoeness.
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