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POLICE are investigating death threats against three Bayern Munich superstars.
Robert Lewandowski, Manuel Neuer and Serge Gnabry were reportedly targeted in an anonymous letter sent to German second-flight club St Pauli.
Bild named the trio as the big names mentioned in the highly-abusive message.
The letter reportedly said: “Save the league, save the sport of football. Fire and death to the dirty Bayern pigs.”
A police spokesman responded: “We are investigating on suspicion of threats and disturbing the public peace by threatening to commit a crime.”
St Pauli are said to have turned the note over to police after receiving it on January 12.
Bayern’s three attacking widemen Gnabry, Kingsley Coman and Leroy Sane are ALL tipped to start.
And Poland legend Lewandowski is expected to partner Germany stalwart Thomas Muller up front.
But the mystery exchanges are thought to have been about nothing more than possible new tactics.