Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has launched a thinly-veiled attack on Wednesday's (tomorrow's) Champions League opponents Paris Saint-Germain by slamming the "unacceptable" nature of recent inflated transfer fees.
Ancelotti signed the Italy international for PSG and has been close to the midfielder.
"During the market a lot of players want to leave but I don't know if they really want to leave the club or are just looking to improve their contracts".
'When you buy players at this price and this level, you have to have time and they have to enter the mindset of the team.
Bayern, who are backed by main sponsors and shareholders Adidas, Allianz and Audi, have been European champions five times in their history, last lifting the Champions League trophy in 2013.
The former PSG coach also said that he was not scared of his former club despite Bayern's problematic start to the new season.
He joined the Parisians in 2012 from boyhood club Pescara under the aforementioned Ancelotti and went on to accumulate 206 first-team appearances, scoring six goals and creating a further 36.
Although Jürgen Klopp's side never made an official offer for Kimpembe, with hopes resting on a deal for Virgil van Dijk throughout the transfer window, Bayern's skilful winger is making sure that the PSG star stays put. PSG don't scare me.
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