Bayern München sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic lost his temper when he was asked to comment on Uli Hoeness' statements about the future of James Rodriguez.
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Bayern München sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic says he's sick of always being asked to comment on statements from club president Uli Honess.
The 42-year-old put his foot down when Sport1 asked him to comment on recent statements from club president Uli Hoeness about Real Madrid loanee James Rodriguez's future at the Bavarian club.
"Why do you always tell me what Uli Hoeness has said? I'm not interested in what he said. Every question starts with Uli Hoeness, Uli Hoeness, Uli Hoeness. Do you want to ask me something?," Salihamidzic snapped and added:
"I don't want to comment on Uli Hoeness' statements. I'm not interested in that."
Hoeness said on Sunday that Bayern are yet to decide if they want to sign Rodriguez on a permanent deal. And Salihamidzic explained Bayern are currently focusing on their sporting goals above all.
"We haven't talked about it yet. As I have already said: We have goals and we have to work on them first. In due course, when we think that the right time has come, we will draw conclusions."