At a press conference on Wednesday, Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann wanted to silence the rumors announcing him leaving for Bayern Munich to replace Hansi Flick.
Julian Nagelsmann wanted to respond to rumors on Wednesday that sent him to the Bayern Munich bench to replace Hansi Flick. “There have not been and there are no talks,” said the Leipzig coach at a press conference.
Flick approached at the head of the Manschaft
Tuesday evening, Lothar Matthäus, captain of the German world champions in 1990, said on German TV that there had been a contact between the Bavarian club and Nagelsmann, whose future seems very marked. He ensured that financial issues had also been addressed. “I do not know where he got the information from,” replied the person.
On the other hand, the departure of Hansi Flick from the Bayern bench seems more likely, especially after the elimination on Tuesday night in the Champions League quarter-finals against PSG. Even though his contract runs until 2023, he himself has said he is wondering about his future and what he could bring to the club in the future.
Tensions with Hasan Salihamidzic, its sports director, are also weighing internally. Flick is tipped to succeed Joachim Löw as Manschaft coach after the Euro.