FC Bayern Munich: Jerome Boateng does not see a need for a defense chief

Jerome Boateng (33) If his ex-club FC Bayern Munich sees no need for a dedicated defense chief. After some weak defensive performance, there were recently calling in Munich in Munich.

"It does not necessarily have to give that a boss. If both players divide their suite people and know each other well and understand how, for example, the case with David and me was the case," Boateng said the kicker. "Maybe a more talks, the secondary man meets other tasks."

Together with David Alaba, Boateng was located under Julian Nagelsmann's predecessor Hansi Flick mostly the domestic defense, both played for the FC Bayern for years. "We knew ourselves very well. But of course that takes time," Boateng said. Last summer, both free release left the club. Boateng moved to Olympique Lyon, Alaba to Real Madrid.

Currently, Lucas Hernandez, Niklas Slee, Dayot Upamecano and Benjamin Pavard are dueled by two to three places in the internal defense. Hernandez and Pavard were already used outside. Slee will change to Borussia Dortmund in summer.

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For the six previous recording games, FC Bayern remained only once without conceding. Most recently, there was a 3: 2 against RB Leipzig, a 2: 4 at VfL Bochum and a 1: 1 at RB Salzburg.