Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has said he thinks it is a sign of weakness for clubs to spend huge sums of money.
Speaking upon Bayern’s arrival in Singapore, Hoeness was asked about all the money being spent around Europe.
“This is rather a sign of weakness,” he said. “If I have to spend a lot of money to achieve nothing, it is more of a sign that I have not worked so well before. And that’s why I cannot be so interested.
“Not the most expensive transfer is the best, but the one who does the most. I think that is why, in this shark basin – €100m, €200m – we must find our own way.”