Hansi Flick wants to go - Julian Nagelsmann should come.
FC Bayern is threatened with a transfer dispute over the coaching issue with RB Leipzig and the DFB.
Update from April 26, 6:13 p.m.:
Update from April 26, 6:13 p.m.:
FC Bayern has decided on Hansi Flick as the successor.
Julian Nagelsmann will most likely be the new coach on Säbener Straße.
The club and coach should already be in agreement.
Before the whole thing is officially announced, however, the record champions only want to come to an agreement with Flick about his contract termination.
This is to be negotiated on Monday evening, only then can Nagelsmann's commitment be made official, they say.
FC Bayern in the coach quake: In addition to Nagelsmann transfer, the flick poker threatens
Munich - Three more games - then the era of coach Hansi Flick * at FC Bayern * will come to an end.
The most successful period in the club's history comes to an abrupt end after less than two years.
Challenging talks about terminating the contract are now pending for both sides, with the DFB also playing a role.
And then the bosses also have to find a suitable successor.
Julian Nagelsmann * should be kicked off from RB Leipzig - for a world record transfer?
FC Bayern: Julian Nagelsmann should take over - record transfer fee required
Nagelsmann has long been considered the coach of the future on Säbener Straße.
Born in Landsberg, he has built an excellent reputation for himself at TSG Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig in recent years.
As an avowed Bayern fan, Nagelsmann would certainly not be at the wrong address in Munich.
However, the plan provided for the 33-year-old to gain even more experience and not return to the south of the republic after just two years in Saxony.
After Bayern coach Flick's announced wish to leave, this step should now be brought forward.
The problem: Nagelsmann still has a contract in Leipzig until 2023 - without an exit clause.
information, Leipzig is said to have deposited with Bayern that they are demanding 25 million euros for the coach.
An astronomical sum that would go beyond anything seen so far.
The Munich bosses are said to have already contacted Nagelsmann * and informed his employer in Leipzig.
Nagelsmann himself has now asked his club to terminate the contract.
Previously he had emphasized that “never start a public fight” in order to “box yourself out of something”.
It must "always fit for both sides".
FC Bayern: Transfer dispute with Flick and DFB threatens
For both sides, it must now fit between Bayern and Flick. On Monday morning, the Bayern board of directors hold their meetings. Then it will also be about Flick and Nagelsmann. “One thing has to be clear: if we are to meet Hansi's request, all parties have to work together to find a solution that FC Bayern is also satisfied with. After all, we're talking about a trainer who has achieved something historic with us and whose work we are very happy, ”said CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge on Sunday. Bayern will let their coach, who has a contract until 2023, go, but not without consideration.
And this is where the next problem arises. If Flick actually succeeds national coach Jogi Löw in the summer, there is a risk of a transfer dispute. Bayern then want a possible mega transfer for Nagelsmann from the DFB *, after all, Flick is the most successful German coach.
"The DFB will not pay any transfer fees because it has never paid transfer fees and because, as a non-profit association, it is difficult to do so," said DFB Vice President Rainer Koch in the program "Blickpunkt Sport" against it.
So what to do
Presumably, a compromise will bring the solution.
Flick could forego part of his salary (around 8 million euros per year) or the title bonus for the championship (around 500,000 euros).
Another option would be a penalty for breach of contract.
Flick could demand that again from his next employer.
The next few weeks promise excitement.
Maybe FC Bayern will even conjure up a completely different coach * that nobody is thinking about at the moment.
(ck) * tz.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA
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