Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann admits he doesn’t understand why Leroy Sane‘s continued poor performance. But insists on giving full support.
The German international was substitute in the 65th minute of their 1-0 home win over Augsburg on Saturday. Which referred to clearly dissatisfied
The Tigers’ coach admits that they don’t understand Sane’s poor performance. And ease the frustration of the players being substituted in the ufabet game.
“I greatly admire Leroy as a person and as a player. Everyone knows his great potential,” Nagelsmann told Goal. “He’s criticized enough and knows he’s not playing very well. I don’t even know why either.”
“He has had ups and downs throughout his career. I fully support him.”
As for the matter about Sane, who was not happy after the substitution in the latest game, the Bayern boss said: “I’m not angry. We don’t need to make headlines.”
For Sane, he has 14 goals and 15 assists in 40 games across all competitions for the team this season. But he has only score one goal in the last 9 games in the Bundesliga.
Nagelsmann dismissed any lingering problems with Sane over the substitution, after which the winger offered the Bayern boss a half-hearted handshake.
“I’m not mad, we don’t have to worry about it,” he said.
Bayern remain on track to secure a record-breaking tenth league title in a row as they are nine points clear of second-place Borussia Dortmund.