Bayern Munich were treated to an odd morning on Wednesday when news broke that Leon Goretzka got punched by Jerome Boateng after the two got into a heated debate at the club’s training ground.
Goretzka has been having a fine season with the Bavarians so far while Boateng has been forced to watch from the sidelines.
With the Germany international sparingly used throughout this season and the coaches to have presided over Bavaria preferring NiklasSule, chances of Boateng making it to Qatar for the World Cup 2022 is close to non-existent.
After being part of the Mondial since 2010, one world cup winners’ medal out of three tournaments is as good as it gets.
Everyone following up the Ghanaian born expected him to have switched to a=other clubs many of which have been visibly chasing his signature for as long as possible, from Manchester to Milan.
Other Bundesliga legends normally chose Italy as a semi-retirement ground to transition to the actual sentiment but Boateng has stayed put with the club of his childhood but the more he stays the more it looks like he is really becoming an unwanted person at the Allianz Arena.
His generation have all practically let with even Diego Costa currently at Juventus seeing out his last active days.
The Bavarians have tailored out of the champions league for some time now after getting humiliated by Barcelona on their last appearance in the semifinal with Boateng himself getting personally rounded into a meme by none other than Lionel Messi
The German Old Lady were foolish enough to allow the old guards to stay past their prime and thus had to face the full wrought when Barcelona came to town. That match triggered mass retirement and transfers but Boateng stayed put.