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What's next for Julian Nagelsmann? Earlier statements allow conclusions to be drawn


Bayern Munich is parting ways with coach Julian Nagelsmann. Earlier statements allow conclusions about his next steps.

Bayern Munich is parting ways with coach Julian Nagelsmann.

Earlier statements allow conclusions about his next steps.

Munich – It was not a week ago that Julian Nagelsmann gave the


a big interview.

The FC Bayern Munich coach spoke in detail about his interests away from the football field.

How important it is for him not to lose touch with life outside the Bundesliga stadium.

"I don't think 24/7 football is healthy either," emphasized Nagelsmann.

And he doesn't want to do the job until he's "old".

Well, for now, the 35-year-old has enough time to take care of his hobbies outside of football.

Nagelsmann and the German record champion go their separate ways.

Julian Nagelsman

Born on July 23, 1987 (Age: 35 years old) in Landsberg am Lech

Taking office at FC Bayern: July 2021

Contract would have run until: 2026

What's next for Julian Nagelsmann?

Earlier statements allow conclusions to be drawn

Nagelsmann actually wanted to use the international break to recharge his batteries.

For the important game against Borussia Dortmund on April 1st.

Far away from Munich, football and Säbener Straße.

As initially reported

by Sport1

, Nagelsmann spent a day of skiing in the Zillertal in bright sunshine.

In the meantime, the Bayern bosses are said to have planned the release of their coach.

Nagelsmann loves to spend time outside.

Whether hiking, mountain biking or skiing.

The coaching job in Munich also appealed to him because of the "closeness to the mountains," he once told our editors.

It is quite possible that Nagelsmann will process the news of his departure from Bayern, which came out of nowhere on Thursday evening, in nature.

"I don't know anything," he said at the time when asked by



A break from football would be conceivable, at least for several months.

Switch off, recharge the battery - many coaches who have been fired have already organized the time after being laid off in this way.


Fired after a year and a half at Bayern: Julian Nagelsmann is about to be released from the German record champions.

© Bernd Feil/MiS/imago

What's next?

Nagelsmann is expected on Friday at Säbener Straße

Nagelsmann is now expected on Friday at the Bayern club grounds.

There the trainer should be officially informed by the bosses about his release.

The management team of FC Bayern Munich arrived at Säbener Strasse on Friday morning.

Supervisory Board Chairman Herbert Hainer, CEO Oliver Kahn and Sport Director Hasan Salihamidzic did not comment on the cause of their head coach in front of the assembled press.

Hainer's statements just a few days ago show the insanity of the Nagelsmann-Blitz decision.

Only recently he had praised the trainer


the highest tones: "Julian is doing well" and "we want to build something with him," Hainer explained in an interview with the specialist magazine.

Nagelsmann could first switch off in nature, the media bring him into conversation at Tottenham

And a few days later everything is different again.

Nagelsmann's career at Bayern is now over after a year and a half.

Of course, nothing can be said about the sporting future of the 35-year-old.

Of course, that also depends on the offers that come in.

In the Bundesliga, Nagelsmann trained the top team with FC Bayern.

It remains to be seen whether the 35-year-old will join another employer within the league in due course, or take up a potential new challenge abroad.

Tottenham Hotspur are rumored to have their sights set on the Landsberger.

The Spurs were last in contact with Thomas Tuchel.

The 49-year-old, who won the Champions League with Chelsea in 2021, should soon be presented by Bayern as Nagelsmann's successor as head coach.

Tottenham must therefore reorient themselves.

The Evening Standard newspaper is now putting Nagelsmann on the agenda of north Londoners.


List of rubrics: © Bernd Feil/MiS/imago

Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2023-03-24

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