Kingsley Coman of Bayer MUNICH is facing a £43,000 fine for taking the wrong car to the training.
The 24-year-old arrived at Bayern’s training facility in his Mercedes AMG rather than the club’s official vehicle provided by Audi.
Coman, who has been associated with a transfer to Manchester United, was photographed being detained by security at the gates and forced to park his white SUV on the lane.
Bayern stars are expected to arrive for business meetings, including training, in the Audi given to them, according to Bild.
After several players chose to travel to work in their luxury cars, sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic put his foot down in January 2020.
The club’s president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge officially banned the activity from the top.
Only Audi and the Volkswagen Group’s shareholders’ cars are licensed, and those who break the law face a £43,000 fine.
Audi holds an 8.33 percent interest in the club and funds it for about £42.8 million a year, with a deal that runs until 2029.
Coman has broken the policy many times since landing in his £174,000 McLaren last year.
On that day, he blamed Audi’s mishap on a faulty wing mirror.