The public prosecutor’s office is now under investigation against FC Bayern. Criminal proceedings are in progress against members of the Munich team. It is determined by the main customs office in Munich I. It is about the suspicion of withholding and embezzlement of wages. In addition, the people of Munich are said to have violated the minimum wage law at the youth training center. The entire board around Oliver Kahn (chief executive), Hasan Salihamidzic (chief sport officer), the deputy chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen and board member Andreas Jung.
In addition, the former CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Jörg Wacker are accused. A letter from the main customs office is available to the WRD background magazine Sport Inside. Accordingly, the accused should have known of dumping wages in the offspring. The work of the main customs office, including interviews, is to begin at the end of January.
The Bundesliga club is accused of having made incorrect reports about social security. The allegations include suspicion of “withholding and embezzling wages.” In addition, hour records are said to have not been kept correctly. FC Bayern has not yet commented on the allegations. Now several former youth coaches are to be interviewed.
Particularly explosive: some youth coaches stated that for many years they had worked at least twice as much on a EUR 450 basis instead of the permitted ten hours a week. For example, for trips abroad or tournaments in Germany, only the “net playing time” was billed. However, the young players were looked after much longer than stated.