Thomas Tuchel is the new coach of FC Bayern.
According to a report, the former Chelsea coach is said to earn even more than his predecessor Julian Nagelsmann.
Munich - In the past few days, the events at Bayern have rolled over.
On Thursday evening, Julian Nagelsmann was informed about his release, which was made official the following day.
As a result, the Munich team presented their designated successor, Thomas Tuchel, on Saturday afternoon.
Shortly after the new coach's first press conference, his salary was already reported.
Born: August 29, 1973 in Krumbach (Swabia)
Coaching Licence: UEFA Pro Licence
Professional stations: FC Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, BVB, 1. FSV Mainz 05
Greatest successes: World coach 2021, Champions League winner 2021, Intercontinental Cup winner 2021, DFB Cup victory 2017
Thomas Tuchel new FC Bayern coach: He is said to earn more than Julian Nagelsmann
With Thomas Tuchel, FC Bayern has not only hired an absolute expert, but also a coach who can point to many successes and titles.
In addition to the Champions League and the Club World Cup, which he won with Chelsea in 2021, he won two French championships and the French Cup during his time at PSG.
As a BVB coach, he also celebrated winning the DFB Cup in 2017, and Tuchel was voted world coach of the year in 2021.
It goes without saying that Bayern will pay for the skills of the new trainer. In the future, Tuchel will receive an annual salary of ten to twelve million euros in Munich, according to a report in the Bild newspaper on
His salary would be higher than that of Nagelsmann, who is said to have earned eight to nine million euros a year during his time in Munich.
Thomas Tuchel finds it easy to laugh, also because of his well-paid employment contract.
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Changing coaches costs FC Bayern millions – Nagelsmann and assistants receive hefty severance payments
The investment should now also be worthwhile, as Tuchel could still win three titles with Bayern with the championship, the cup and the Champions League.
When asked about possible defeats in the important games against Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City, Hasan Salihamidzic only replied to the one-two
: “Anything can happen in football, we are convinced that it will not happen that we win and break the negative trend can".
The self-confidence is there, words must now be followed by deeds.
If the desired reaction does not materialize after the change of coach, FC Bayern would probably have squandered millions more.
Due to the fact that Julian Nagelsmann was released, the ex-coach had to pay a high severance payment, which was anchored in the contract when he was hired.
The assistants Dino Toppmöller, Xaver Zembrod and video analyst Benjamin Glück, who have been on leave, are also receiving substantial compensation for their layoffs.
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