Mon 13 December 2021 | 20:14

Nagelsmann wants the arguments about Kimmich to end

Bayern Munich boss has talked about Kimmich’s decision about taking the Vaccine.

Bayern Munich’s


Julian Nagelsmann

has talked about

Joshua Kimmich’s

decision on taking the covid-19 vaccine, hoping that people that move on and end the conversations about the matter after the player made so much noise with his doubts on the vaccine’s necessity.

"I think it's good that he faced the media. A lot has been reported about him in the last few weeks,"

Nagelsmann said on Monday


"I gave him my opinion, but in the end his conviction was a result of talks with other people at the club. I rather try to work on the pitch.

"I think it's funny I'm still being asked!

"When the year 2021 comes to an end, I hope that we will be able to deal with the pandemic subject more briefly because we can master the situation."

The manager has also talked about

Jamal Musiala’s

injury in a situation that he has proved himself as an important part of the Bavarians’ lineup.

"That depends on the pain,"

Nagelsmann said ahead of the trip to Stuttgart.

"He has a splint and could theoretically play, but it's a pain issue.

"We'll see how he moves today. We'll have to wait a few days and take another X-ray to see how to proceed with the treatment, whether it will be surgical or conservative."

source: SportMob

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