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First call, negotiating partner, transfer fee: Consultant provides new details about the Nagelsmann deal

2021-05-03T15:14:45.309Z

Julian Nagelsmann will be a coach at FC Bayern Munich. What does his advisor say about it? Volker Struth was in the Sport1 one-two on Sunday.



Julian Nagelsmann will be a coach at FC Bayern Munich.

What does his advisor say about it?

Volker Struth was in the Sport1 one-two on Sunday.

Update from May 2, 12:04 p.m.:

Volker Struth was a guest in the Sport1 double pass on Sunday.

And of course he was asked about the world record transfer.

How did the deal come about?

The first call would have been ten days ago, "on Thursday a week ago," said Julian Nagelsmann's advisor.

He explained the initial situation again: Nagelsmann had deposited his Bayern wish, Leipzig then looked for a solution.

And that was: high transfer fee.

How much does Nagelsmann cost now?

25 million euros?

"A lot has to happen for that," said Struth.

“He's one of the best coaches we have in Europe.

That this sum seems high is due to the fact that it is new.

I am not responsible for the transfer fees.

It is a fairy tale that we consultants are responsible for this. "

Nagelsmann consultant Struth talks about negotiations with FC Bayern

Struth continued: “We negotiated Julian's employment contract with several people. With Salihamidzic and with Kahn, mainly with Hasan. “Karl-Heinz Rummenigge was not involved. For Struth it was clear from the time of Löw's resignation that speculation would soon start. “What I didn't like was that the protagonists said they were already negotiating with Julian Nagelsmann.” The Sport1 experts Marcel Reif and Alfred Draxler then repeatedly addressed the subject of breach of contract. Struth countered: “Breach of contract sounds like a criminal offense. Neither I, nor Julian Nagelsmann, or my partner Sascha Breese, who is even more closely connected to Julian, ran in with a Kalashnikov and said it was time for work.“Struth is assured that transfer fees will continue to be paid for coaches in the future.

He also encountered the “German problem”.

As an example, he cited the transfer of a Brazilian from Spain to France.

"Nowhere was there more discussion about the transfer of Neymar than here with us."

FC Bayern Munich: New details on the Nagelsmann deal?

Consultant today in one-two

First report from May 2nd, 10:21 am:

Munich - It's

nothing

less than a world record deal!

Whether 20, 25 or 30 million euros - never before has such a high transfer fee been paid for a coach.

And the contract period is also in XXL format: Julian Nagelsmann * has signed with FC Bayern Munich for five years.

Sure, Bayern * and Nagelsmann themselves have big plans.

The 33-year-old is considered to be the most promising coaching talent in the football cosmos.

Currently, of course, his focus is still on RB Leipzig, after all, he could win his first title with the bulls in the DFB Cup.

In the final you will meet Borussia Dortmund.

Julian Nagelsmann: Adviser Volker Struth in the Sport1 one-two

Whether Nagelsmann moves to Munich with or without a pot - the rumor mill is already simmering.

How did the deal go exactly?

How much is the transfer fee really?

Which players are now following Nagelsmann on Säbener Straße?

His advisor may give answers to these questions on Sunday: Volker Struth will be a guest in the Sport1-Doppelpass * from 11 a.m.

And he will certainly be asked about the world record transfer by moderator Thomas Helmer * and the panel of experts.

Sebastian Kehl will also be there via live broadcast.

The head of the BVB licensed player department may then be able to provide information about Mateu Morey.

The Spanish full-back had seriously injured his knee in the cup semifinals on Saturday evening against Kiel *.

(akl) * tz.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

List of rubric lists: © Eduard Bopp / imago-images

Source: merkur

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