The safeguard joined the German side from Atletico Madrid a year ago yet has been tormented by wounds all through the season
Lucas Hernandez’s specialist says that the Bayern Munich protector won’t leave the Bundesliga side in spite of reports connecting the France universal to Newcastle.
The 24-year-old was marked from Atletico Madrid the previous summer, making the transition to Munich for a €80 million (£72m/$87m) charge.
That move went ahead the impact points of a significant physical issue, with Hernandez’s clinical with Bayern uncovering harm to the average guarantee tendon in his correct knee.
Hernandez’s physical issue required medical procedure, finishing his time with Atletico rashly, yet the safeguard was prepared to start the Bundesliga season with his new club.
Be that as it may, he has fought wounds all season, with Hernandez beating knee and lower leg issues all through his first battle with Bayern.
The World Cup victor has begun only seven Bundesliga games, however, prompting reports that he could be sold in the mid year.
Newcastle have been connected with a move for Hernandez, yet his specialist says that his customer has no designs to leave Germany unexpectedly early.
“Lucas isn’t going anyplace and will remain at Bayern,” Manuel Garcia Quilon disclosed to Sky Germany.
Hansi Flick has depended basically upon David Alaba and Jerome Boateng in the warmth of the resistance, with Benjamin Pavard and Alphonso Davies highlighting in the full-back positions.
Accordingly, Hernandez has been an unused substitute in Bayern’s past three Bundesliga games extending back before the break brought about by the coronavirus.
However, Flick says Hernandez will get his opportunity and that he should be tolerant while hanging tight for that chance to come.
“David and Jerome have demonstrated amazing exhibitions in focal safeguard,” Flick said at a news meeting.
“We have the best resistance in the class. Obviously, Lucas is tormented by wounds. Presently it is significant that he shows great execution in preparing.
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“I am happy with his attitude, he generally gives 100 percent.
“Be that as it may, it is likewise evident that if a chain of four functions admirably, you as a mentor depend on this security. Yet, obviously we need each player in our crew.”
With the Bundesliga’s arrival, Bayern continued their battle with a persuading 2-0 win over Union Berlin to stay on the group.