Bayern Munich have threatened to sue the Dutch Football Federation over Arjen Robben's World Cup injury.
Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has claimed that the club will 'launch legal proceedings' against Holland as they seek compensation for the injury which forced the winger onto the sidelines.
The 26-year-old tore a muscle while playing in a friendly against Hungary just before the World Cup, but the player remained in the Dutch squad and eventually played in the tournament after intensive rehabilitation.
And Rummenigge says he wants a 'seven-figure' sum in compensation after the Bundesliga player of the year aggravated his muscle in his left thigh playing for the Bavarian giants during pre-season training.
Rummenigge told German television: "If we don't manage to come to a just and reasonable agreement with the Dutch, we will have no other choice but to launch legal proceedings against them and their team doctor.
"It was unreasonable to take him to the World Cup.
"It is the fault of the Dutch and the doctor alone."