After Noussair Mazraoui’s pro-Palestine contribution, it is eagerly awaited to see what happens next for the professional footballer at FC Bayern Munich.

According to “Bild” and “Sky”, the Moroccan was missing from the non-public team training on Säbener Straße on Thursday. According to Sky, Mazraoui, who was slightly injured, trained individually. “Bild” had previously reported that a conversation had taken place the day before between the full-back and the club management.

FC Bayern Munich had announced “a detailed personal conversation” when Mazraoui was still with the Moroccan national team. There he was not used in the 3-0 win against Liberia.

The German record champions published a message on their website on Thursday afternoon about the return to training of a number of national players. FC Bayern did not mention Mazraoui.

Nothing known about possible consequences

Nothing is known about possible consequences for Mazraoui after the posts. The 25-year-old had shared a video on social networks wishing the Palestinians a victory in the conflict with Israel. The Moroccan international shared a short clip in which a voice says in the style of a prayer: “God, help our oppressed brothers in Palestine to achieve victory. May God give grace to the dead, may God heal their wounded.”

After the post caused a stir, the footballer commented again on Sunday evening. A statement made available to the German Press Agency said in English: “The point is that I strive for peace and justice in this world. That means that I will always be against all kinds of terrorism, hatred and violence become.”

Palestinian terrorists carried out a devastating attack on Israeli civilians on behalf of Hamas. Shortly after the attack became known, FC Bayern wrote on the X platform (formerly Twitter) that they were worried about their friends in Israel. An Israeli professional also plays for Munich in goalkeeper Daniel Peretz.

FSV Mainz 05 released its professional Anwar El Ghazi on Tuesday after he caused a stir on Instagram with a pro-Palestine post. The two teams will meet in the Bundesliga on Saturday.