Hansi Flick would like to leave FC Bayern at the end of the season.
However, his contract runs until 2023, the last word has not yet been spoken in the negotiations.
Munich - Hansi Flick * put the cards on the table.
The coach wants to leave FC Bayern * at the end of the season.
“I told the team that I informed the club during the week that I wanted to get out of my contract at the end of the season.
That's a fact, ”said Flick after the game in Wolfsburg and shared what had become apparent in the past few weeks.
FC Bayern was caught off guard by Flick's rushing ahead in public.
Flick announced his departure wish to the bosses on Thursday.
However, it was agreed that the news would not be published until after the English Week.
After the win against Wolfsburg, Flick must have rethought, he wanted to forestall the "floor radio".
FC Bayern: Hansi Flick clears the table - bosses taken by surprise
The board had not expected Flick to go it alone.
The bosses were taken by surprise by the news. * On Sunday, a crisis meeting was held to discuss how to proceed.
"FC Bayern disapproves of the one-way communication that has now taken place by Hansi Flick," the club said in a statement.
In plain language: Hasan Salihamidzic's * board of directors is pissed off, they did not want to give up the reins of action.
In its announcement, FC Bayern also announced that “the talks will continue as agreed after the game against Mainz”.
After the English week, the future of Flick should be clarified.
There are three solutions, as
Bayern: mud battle because of Flick contract?
Bayern could insist on Flick staying, after all, his contract will run until 2023. Board boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and President Herbert Hainer had recently emphasized again and again that they did not even think about giving up their coach and demanded a professional approach in the Cooperation between Flick and Salihamidzic. After the latest developments, however, a rethink is likely to begin. In addition, Flick has so far only announced that he has the "wish" to leave, as is well known, two parties always belong to a contract termination. However, a trainer willing to leave would not be satisfactory for both sides.
If there is no amicable solution, the club could also stand up and hinder Flick's future.
Flick would be released from his duties at his own request, but of course no longer receives a salary and would have to sit out his contract until 2023.
That would block him for future employers and thus destroy a return to the DFB * as the successor to national coach Jogi Löw.
FC Bayern: Can Flick join the German national team?
DFB does not want to pay a transfer fee
The most likely scenario would be a contract termination, coupled with a transfer fee for FC Bayern.
Flick's future employer, presumably the DFB, would have to pay a fee in this case.
This model seems to have come into fashion last.
In the Bundesliga, for example, Marco Rose will switch from Mönchengladbach to Dortmund and Adi Hütter from Frankfurt to Gladbach in the summer - each for a million-euro fee.
Bayern could therefore demand the same amount from the DFB that they might have to transfer to Leipzig for Julian Nagelsmann as Flick's successor.
Spicy: The DFB had made it clear a few weeks ago that they would not pay a transfer fee and therefore only want to negotiate with coaches without a contract.
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