Bayern Munich manager Niko Kovac has stressed that the team are not overly concerned by the recent departure of Arturo Vidal. The Chile international made the surprise switch to Barcelona earlier in the month and there has since been the talk of Bayern pursuing a suitable replacement in the transfer market.
However, speaking to Bild, Kovac appeared to refute those claims and suggested that the club have sufficient quality within their midfield despite the departure of the Chilean, he said: “At Bayern, we have 22 world-class players — 21 after Arturo’s departure. He’s a great player. But if, as a South American, you get an offer from a Spanish club, it’s normal you consider it.We decided that we would enable him to make the switch. But also, after Arturo’s transfer, we still have a lot of quality in midfield. No one needs to worry.”
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