Arturo Vidal accused of smelling of booze at Bayern Munich training

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Arturo Vidal has been accused of turning up to Bayern Munich training smelling of booze, according to reports.

The Chilean midfielder was arrested for drink driving after crashing his Ferrari last year in the middle of the Copa America tournament and it appears that the 28-year-old’s behaviour hasn’t improved after this latest accusation.

This revelation further proves that Pep Guardiola is losing the dressing room at Bayern. It had been previously reported that there was a “bad” atmosphere at the club and the future Manchester City boss has accused some of his players of returning overweight from the winter break.

It’s also believed that he has implemented new rules in an attempt to control the players’ off-field behaviour.

The Spanish boss must be counting down the days until he replaces Manuel Pellegrini at the Etihad as he appears to be losing the battle to keep his Bayern players onside

However, on the pitch, things are looking good for the Bavarian club as they lead Borussia Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga by eight points. Guardiola’s men are also through to the last-16 of the Champions League where they face last season’s finalists Juventus.

City chiefs will be hoping that Guardiola has a better relationship with his new players when he arrives in Manchester.

However, one City star, Yaya Toure, has already had a falling-out with Guardiola whilst at Barcelona and his agent claimed: “I think he will leave the club” when the new manager arrives.

It appears that Guardiola isn’t necessarily loved by all of the players he manages.

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