Germany: it’s official, Flick will be the new coach after the Euro

As he led his last game with Bayern Munich this weekend, Hansi Flick will quickly bounce back. As announced, he is committed to the selection and will take over from Joachim Low at the end of the Euro.

To say goodbye, Hansi Flick successfully closed his chapter as Bayern Munich coach this weekend against Augsburg (5-2). The German coach was leading his last match on the Bavarian bench, he who had communicated his decision to leave the Bavarian club in April.


A few days after his team’s elimination against PSG, the 56-year-old technician announced that he would no longer coach Bayern Munich next season. “I announced it to the team, I would like to end my contract at the end of the season. It was not an easy decision for me.”

Cold with the sports director Hasan Salihamidzic, the German coach did not wish to detail the reasons for his future departure: “It is my decision, which I took after careful consideration. The reasons, I explained them in internal, and it stays internal. “


Bayern quickly secured their succession by appointing RB Leizpig’s Julian Nagelsmann. Hansi Flick was also quick to bounce back. Preview at the headquarters of the German federation (DFB) this Tuesday morning, the German coach has signed up as a new coach, as formalized by the DFB.

Flick at the head of Germany after the Euro

His arrival had been an open secret for several weeks. Courted by several clubs including FC Barcelona, ​​the German has not succumbed to the sirens from abroad and is well committed to the German selection. Bild mentions a contract until 2024, with an estimated salary of 6.5 million euros.


At the head of Germany, Hansi Flick will find several of his players whom he had under his supervision at Bayern Munich, in particular Joshua Kimmich, who did not hesitate to confide that he would like to find him in selection at Sport1: “I hope he takes over the DFB from the summer.”


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