Bayern star Kingsley Coman risk 50,000 euros (N22m) fine after driving Mercedes G-Wagon to training instead of Audi sponsor car.
Bayern Munich has a sponsorship deal with Audi that is estimated at 50 million euros.
Part of the deal is that each players will get an Audi car at the beginning of each season.
One of the clauses of the deal is that Bayern players must come for training sessions in their Audi cars.
After arriving at the training grounds, Coman was restrained by the security team. He was forced to park his high-riding luxury SUV outside before being allowed into the training grounds.
Bayern Munich has a sponsorship deal with German automaker, Audi, which is estimated at 50 million euros. Part of the deal is that each of the players will get an Audi car at the beginning of each season.
But one of the clauses of this sponsorship contract is that Bayern Munich players must come for training sessions as well as official functions of the club in their Audi cars.
Now, for breaking the rules for coming to work in a G-Wagon, Kingsley Coman risks a fine of 50,000 euros. To him, this may be a peanuts as he collects an annual salary of 8.43 million euros without bonuses.
But this isn’t the first time the Frenchman will be coming to training in a non-sponsor Audi car.
Last year, Coman rolled his McLaren 570S Spider to training and his excuse then was that his Audi has a broken mirror.
Kingsley Coman was exempted from the 50,000 euros fine after the left winger apologized to Bayern Munich and Audi.