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'Emotional' Philipp Lahm vote has made award absurd - Toni Kroos agent

Bayern Munich's president Uli Hoeness has criticised the big spending by some of Europe's top clubs, labelling it as a sign of weakness.

The decision to name Philipp Lahm as Germany's Footballer of the Year has reduced the vote "to absurdity," Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos' agent has said.

Former Germany and Bayern Munich captain Lahm, 33, won the award for the first time at the weekend.

Lahm, who retired at the end of last season, took the prize -- organised by football magazine kicker and voted for by journalists -- in an outcome that Volker Struth said left him "very surprised and astonished."

In a statement on his Sport Total...

 By Mark Lovell

Arturo Vidal staying at Bayern, Renato Sanches could go - Carlo Ancelotti

Bayern Munich's president Uli Hoeness has criticised the big spending by some of Europe's top clubs, labelling it as a sign of weakness.
Carlo Ancelotti maintains his strikers were not the problem in Bayern Munich's heavy defeat to AC Milan.

Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti has said he is "100 percent" certain Arturo Vidal will stay but confirmed AC Milan target Renato Sanches could leave.

Manchester United are again being linked with Chile international Vidal, who had been a target when Louis van Gaal took charge of the Premier League side in 2014, but Ancelotti said the 30-year-old is not for sale.

"Vidal is our player, I have a lot of confidence," he told reporters ahead of Bayern's friendly against Chelsea in Singapore on Tuesday.

"I...

RB Leipzig's Willi Orban criticises Naby Keita tackle in training

Gab Marcotti explains why Liverpool and RB Leipzig are in a stalemate over the English side's pursuit of Naby Keita.

RB Leipzig defender Willi Orban has told Sport1 that Naby Keita "went a bit past the limit" when he fouled Diego Demme in training on Monday, although the club have sought to play down the incident.

Liverpool target Keita, who had been strongly tackled by Demme earlier in the session, later produced a foul that left his teammate with a bruised knee.

Kicker reported that Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuttl then immediately stopped the training session.

"There was a good intensity in the training session,...