World Cup star Noussair Mazraoui has publicly admitted he is unhappy with a lack of game time at Bayern Munich.
The Moroccan international, who was a key part of his country’s progression to the Semi-Finals of the World Cup last time, has found game time hard to come back by under new head coach Thomas Tuchel and according to German journalist Maximillian Koch, Mazraoui is disappointed with the current situation in Munich.
Noussair Mazraoui unhappy at Bayern Munich
And according to leading Fabrizio Romano, the fullback has stated in the German newspaper Bild: “I feel forgotten. The situation is disappointed, I’m no longer 2nd or 3rd option in my position- but 3rd or 4th”.
Before the World Cup, Mazraoui had started and completed three of the Bavarian’s four last Bundesliga matches under former head coach Julian Nagelsmann. However, the Moroccan had an inflammation in his heart after previously suffering from COVID-19, ruling him out for eight weeks, and on his return to fitness lost his place in the first team to Frenchman Benjamin Pavard.
Mazraoui: “I feel forgotten. The situation is disappointing. I'm no longer 2nd or 3rd option in my position – but 3rd or 4th”. 🚨🔴 #FCBayern
"If the situation stays like this, that's not what I want. And not what I deserve. I’ll fight — then we will see”, he has told Bild. pic.twitter.com/2k7adJGWtf
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) April 20, 2023