Hernández faces a one-year prison sentence
Bayern Munich’s French international defender Lucas Hernández is currently in trouble as the former Atlético Madrid player currently faces a year in prison.
Lucas Hernandez faces a year in prison for violating a restraining order – his legal team failed with an initial appeal, but filed another in provincial court – he must be in Madrid on October 19 for the selection process from prison. https://t.co/1uqdX93Bc4
– Receive French football news (@GFFN) October 13, 2021
According to the Spanish point of sale AS and quoted by Get French football, Hernández – who recently took part in France’s 3-2 win over Belgium in the UEFA Nations League semi-finals – has been summoned by the 32nd Madrid Criminal Court to begin his time in prison.
“Mr. Lucas François Bernard Hernández is summoned to appear before this Court on October 19, 2021, at 11 am, in order to be personally required to voluntarily enter prison within ten days, in the penitentiary center of his choice.
Hernández and his wife Amelia de la Osa Lorente both received removal orders of 6 months and a month of community service after the couple had a public altercation in 2010 when the Bayern defender was with Atléti . Instead of complying with the court ruling, the couple went on their honeymoon to Miami.
Despite attempts by the players’ lawyers to appeal to have the prison sentence replaced with community service, the appeal was dismissed and Hernández will now have to serve his one-year sentence in Spain.
Bayern in the cold
German giants Bayern Munich are undoubtedly frustrated with the current state of affairs regarding Hernández, who has started five of six possible outings for the Bavarians since returning from a meniscal laceration that kept him away from the Julian Nagelsmann’s favorite eleven at the start of the season. Hindu.
Hernández has featured at center-back in four consecutive Bundesliga appearances under Bayern’s first-year manager, and has also featured in both Rekordmeister Champions League group stage wins against Barcelona (3-0) and Dynamo Kiev (5-0).
Unfortunately, Bayern were not made aware of the notifications Hernández received a month earlier, on September 14, which made things worse for the club.
Fortunately for the Bavarian juggernaut, they can still persist without the services of the French international. Dayot Upamecano and Niklas Süle are quite capable as a tandem of center-backs, while compatriot Benjamin Pavard is also capable of being deployed in the heart of the defense. The young Tanguy Nianzou completes the quartet of central options available at the Allianz Arena.
Regardless of what happens with Hernández’s conviction, the Frenchman is due to appear in court on October 19, which could exclude him from competing against SL Benfica on Matchday 3 of the Champions League.
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