After failing to win the last three games, Bayern Munich manager Niko Kovac has responded to claims that there is a rift dressing room.
Bayern stretched their winless run to three matches in all competitions after their 1-1 draw against Ajax Amsterdam on Tuesday evening.
There were reports of a rift in the dressing room, with James Rodriguez believed to be unhappy with his amount of game time.
However, Kovac insists the mood in the dressing room is positive ahead of the weekend's encounter.
"We have a lot of international players. There will always be cases where one player plays and another doesn't," Kovac told a news conference.
"James is a player of extraordinary quality and is important for the club. He's proved that several times, but I can't play with 12 men. He will play as many games as others.
"Some are of course disappointed not to play, and we're also disappointed with recent results. Nevertheless, there is a real sense of unity in the team. The atmosphere is positive."
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