Bayern Munich dropped World Cup winner Corentin Tolisso on Saturday and hit the France midfielder with an undisclosed “heavy” fantastic for breaking their hygiene guidelines through the coronavirus pandemic by getting a tattoo.
“Corentin Tolisso has violated our tips… which could be very annoying and can’t be tolerated,” Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge fumed in an announcement on Saturday.
“We’re very grateful that the Bundesliga video games can presently happen regardless of the prevailing coronavirus scenario.”
The 26-year-old central midfielder, who received the 2018 World Cup with France, was dropped for Saturday’s house league recreation towards Hoffenheim.
Having “gotten a tattoo this week”, Tolisso broke the membership’s strict hygiene guidelines, designed to restrict the gamers contact outdoors the squad through the pandemic.
A video was posted on Friday which confirmed Tolisso getting a tattoo on his proper forearm whereas not carrying a protecting mouth-and-nose masks.
Tattoo parlours in Germany are presently closed because of the present lockdown.
Based on the European champions, the Frenchman has been handed a “heavy fantastic”.
Sports activities director Hasan Salihamidzic advised Sky that Tolisso “is aware of he made a mistake. He’ll obtain a fantastic that we are going to donate to charity. It is a fantastic he’ll really feel.”
In Tolisso’s absence, Marc Roca partnered Joshua Kimmich within the central midfield towards Hoffenheim.
Bayern have already got midfielders Leon Goretzka and Javi Martinez in quarantine after contracting Covid-19.