Olic threatens to leave Bayern Munich

Croatian forward Ivica Olic has admitted that he is prepared to leave German giants Bayern Munich in order to player more first team football.
Ollic has failed to be given a starting chance this season, as he has only made five substitute appearances this season since his return from a long injury break.

When asked if he would stay at the Allianz Arena, Olic told Munich’s Tz newspaper: “No. I want to play more; I want to have fun for another two years.
“I am not the type of player who comes on towards the end of the game. That is not enough for me.”

Following his move to Bayern in 2009 from Hamburg, he played a vital role in the club’s domestic double and then assisted them to a Champions League final the next season under previous manager Louis van Gaal.

The Crot is in his final year of his current contract and has no intention of extending his time at Bayern. Olic only recently returned to action as he was kept out for two months with a partially torn hip tendon.

He as been extremely unlucky with injuries as he’ most recent setback came in his second game back after a nine-month-lay-off with knee cartilage problems.
Coach Jupp Heynckes has been playing Olic out of his favoured position during his appearances from the bench due to Bundesliga top scroer Mario Gomez’s impressive form.

Olic added: “I am a centre-forward. On the wing is not really my position. But the coach sees me as a winger.”

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