Bahrain manager Milan Erzen denies links to Aderlass doctor

Milan Erzen
Milan Erzen (right) is part of the Bahrain-McLaren management (Image credit: Bettini)

Milan Eržen’s lawyer has denied that he has ever worked with Dr. Mark Schmidt, who is currently on trial in Munich for his role in the Aderlass blood doping ring, after the name of the Bahrain McLaren team manager was again linked to the case.  

According to the German DPA news agency, an investigator who questioned Dr. Schmidt during the investigation said in court in Munich on Friday that the German doctor revealed that Eržen “wanted to enter into a business relationship.” 

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