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Bayern threaten Germany boycott in Neuer row

The FC crew discuss the areas Germany need to shore up after they scraped by Northern Ireland to reclaim top spot in Group C.

Uli Hoeness has threatened that Bayern Munich will no longer release players for the Germany national team if Marc-Andre ter Stegen replaces Manuel Neuer as the country's No. 1.

According to Sport Bild, Hoeness warned the German FA that the fight for the first-choice goalkeeping spot could have dramatic consequences for them.

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He reportedly said Bayern "will never accept a change of guard" in the national team's goal following the 3-0 Champions League win against Red Star last Wednesday.

When asked about Ter Stegen potentially replacing Neuer as Germany's No. 1, Hoeness was quoted as saying: "If that happens, we will no longer release players for the national team."

However, Hoeness' words ring hollow because FIFA regulations stipulate that "clubs are obliged to release their registered players [...] if they are called up."

Following the last international break, Barcelona goalkeeper Ter Stegen said that not playing in the Euro 2020 qualifying games against Netherlands and Northern Ireland was a "massive blow" and Neuer responded by describing the comments as not helpful.

Bayern president Hoeness then attacked Ter Stegen and the German FA, instructing them to "put Ter Stegen in a corner and make him apologise to Neuer."

At the weekend, Germany coach Joachim Low, attending a Bundesliga match in Freiburg, told reporters that "something like that won't have any influence on me."

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